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  1. Glen Jenkins
    Glen Jenkins 28 April, 2022, 16:28

    Getting athletes paid whatever the market wants to pay them is a good thing. Scholarships turn into the same style of contracts that the head coach has(3yrs w an option to extend or can get bought out). As well as a limit of one transfer portal per eligibility(one time). My question is if the ncaa gets broken down like you are talking about is if they will even need to go to classes anymore? They just become an employee for the university like the math dept or a janitor and can maintain employment as long as they keep a contract.

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  2. Patrick London
    Patrick London 28 April, 2022, 16:45

    Video killed the radio star, and the money killed the NCAA. Or soon will.

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  3. Michael Davis
    Michael Davis 28 April, 2022, 17:11

    This new system may not be perfect but the NCAA did this to themselves. I'm not going to shed any tears or lose any sleep whatsoever once they're officially gone.

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  4. LostAggie66
    LostAggie66 28 April, 2022, 17:12

    The NCAA Should let the Power5 Conferences leave if they want to and form their own organization. Then the NCAA can continue with the idea of maintaining the amateur status of the NCAA other divisions and the other collegiate sports.

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  5. LostAggie66
    LostAggie66 28 April, 2022, 17:14

    The Power5 is nothing more than the Farm system for the pros (NFL mostly) and their athletes should no longer be seen as Amateur.

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  6. S. Michael DeHart
    S. Michael DeHart 28 April, 2022, 17:19

    Who is the NCAA?? I didn't even know that lame organization still existed…

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  7. deepc185
    deepc185 28 April, 2022, 19:27

    Players should be able to make money on t-shirts, posters, and jersey sales. But outside endorsements should be capped. Currently it's an easy, and quasi-legal, way to pay for players. And the transfer portal should only be available with no penalty if the coach leaves or if the program is placed on a major probation. Any other reason should require a year to sit.

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  8. Sherwin Rasmussen
    Sherwin Rasmussen 28 April, 2022, 20:44

    It seems like we are heading in that direction and I am all for it. Looks like BYU joined the Big 12 just in time.

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  9. Bryan Jones
    Bryan Jones 28 April, 2022, 21:42

    I would like to see the NCAA show some backbone and rein in some of this madness. If the richer schools don't like it and decide to break away, then good riddance! I won't be watching your semi-pro league anyway. NIL and transfers can be done in a way that doesn't become out of control free agency.

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  10. That creative guy 999
    That creative guy 999 28 April, 2022, 21:47

    Dude you should take over as the ncaa president for real

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  11. Hosea Hosanna
    Hosea Hosanna 28 April, 2022, 22:31

    God I hope so! All I got to say is look up the Derrick Rose and Jim Calhoun situations compare the two and boom the ncaas crooked and should be disbanded along with its leaders punished/penalised

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  12. Edward Wayner
    Edward Wayner 29 April, 2022, 06:56

    The NCAA administers the multitude of championships that P5 and G5 and divisions below don’t want to mess with. NCAA will continue with all the current members.

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  13. Andrew Rogers
    Andrew Rogers 29 April, 2022, 07:07

    College athletics is basically now like Triple ‘A’ baseball. Not a good or a bad thing. It is what it is.
    If this makes the strong stronger (🤔 perhaps), then explain to us all how the smallest Division 1 program (# of students), the University of Tulsa, can have back to back 1st round selections in the NFL draft?! Meaning; development is the key.

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  14. Chad Adkins
    Chad Adkins 29 April, 2022, 08:27

    BIG MONEY MEDIA is taking over and they want to run the show…YOu due a great job covering a variety of topics.

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  15. Pastor Aaron Timberlake
    Pastor Aaron Timberlake 29 April, 2022, 10:01

    G&B Dude for NCAA President!!!

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  16. Trent In The Sipp
    Trent In The Sipp 29 April, 2022, 12:57

    Semi pro league. Could see Ncaa turning into that

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  17. Jason Rollyson
    Jason Rollyson 29 April, 2022, 13:28

    I really can't stand the road that college athletics, is on…because in my opinion, it's a case of the rich getting richer…

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  18. Mike King
    Mike King 29 April, 2022, 17:18

    West Virginia University will be on the dining out when that happens at that point I have nothing to do with college sports

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  19. Mike King
    Mike King 29 April, 2022, 17:19

    I meant to say down-and-out not dining

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  20. Kenneth Hill
    Kenneth Hill 29 April, 2022, 18:38

    I will ask this question, you can't have Colleges have no regulations of recruiting purposes that is a scary situation for me and keeping school held responsible for there actions.

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  21. Tina J
    Tina J 1 May, 2022, 16:12

    First thing we need to do is get rid of the NIL programs. It's not fair that a bama QB got $850,000 last year in NIL money but, say, a West Virginia player might get $10K or so. Give every player a stipend based on cost of living, a reasonable amount. Schools like bama and Georgia, etc. can use NIL as a big recruiting tool, not so much smaller schools like West Virginia, TCU, Baylor. This is a pay for play scheme, and it takes the amateur out of college football. I don't like it if it's all about the money.

    Young men who play college football aren't mature enough yet to handle huge amounts of money. Their brains don't mature until they're 25-26 years old. You give a college sophomore $100K and see how much he has left when he leaves – zip.

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