The NCAA should Pay By Lacroy Nixon

Many college athletes are not on any type of scholarship.

The majority of NCAA athletes will not go on to play professionally.

College Athletes in all sports help to boost the reputation of their schools through competition. Colleges and universities with good athletic programs are almost like their own brands.
Although the NCAA does not pay athletes, many college football stadiums are filled to the brim every Saturday during the season.
The NCAA can make money from advertisements, endorsements, and television contracts without paying athletes that may be featured on an advertisement.

My solution is to loosen the restriction on the Antitrust Law in so that colleges and universities may pay their athletes.

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