Paying NCAA Division 1 Athletes Logan Hatter

The head chairmen of the NCAA should pay division I athletes because they do not have time for a job.
Athletes spend most of their time with their team playing games, practicing, or traveling.

Athletes are required to be in at least 12-18 credit hours per semester to be eligible.

Athletes must study in-order to be eligible to play.

In order to get stronger and faster, athletes must spend time in the weight room.

Playing sports at a Division I level is very hard on the body.

With everything going on in an athletes schedule, there is no time for them to get a job.
If the Head Chairmen gives athletes a payment, then the athletes would not have to worry about having to pay for basic necessities.

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