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Should college athletes be able to make money from their name and likeness?

Should college athletes be able to make money from their name and likeness?

Yes

4

No

4

Yes

Should college athletes be able to make money from their name and likeness?
4 Comments
Pierson McAtee
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Pierson McAtee

There’s a fine balance. Keep their scholarship money the same and if they want to build their brand with a 3rd party - let them!

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Larry Ewart
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Larry Ewart

There will be problems going forward with NIL. The D1 institutions created this monster by chasing money by way of conference realignment, paying outlandish salaries to coaches,AD’s , etc. The players are only wanting part of the action.

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Max
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Max

Only if they have passing grades.

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No

Should college athletes be able to make money from their name and likeness?
4 Comments
Lesa Swartwood
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Lesa Swartwood

If they do then they also should have to pay for their courses, no scholarships

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Elizabeth Spalding
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Elizabeth Spalding

This would make them professionals, just indirectly rather than direct sponsorship.

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Fred Colbern
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Fred Colbern

I'd rather see a state law prohibiting state employees from publicly supporting professional or college sports, that includes attending games.

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Lois Woods Stevens
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Lois Woods Stevens

99% have full scholarships, that is enough!! It is such a shame that so much is given to athletics.

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Max
Max

Many people with scholarships have part time jobs. Are you saying that athletes don't deserve an alternate income source? That seems rather biased to me.

Do Justice officials owe the public an explanation about Mar-a-Lago?

Do Justice officials owe the public an explanation about Mar-a-Lago?

Yes

3

No

0

Yes

3 Comments
Zaos Gonzolez
Max DeYoung
Max DeYoung

There will soon be a new Atty. Gen. too. Hopefully an Honest one with Integrity.

Max DeYoung
0
Max DeYoung

This is the stupidest thing the Biden Administration has ever done and it will cost them dearly.

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No

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Should non-violent marijuana offenses be removed from criminal records?

Should non-violent marijuana offenses be removed from criminal records?

Yes

1

No

0

Yes

1 Comment
mineral area outdoors
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mineral area outdoors

Why I voted was, these non violent convictions is taking up space in the prison system that could be used for violent crimes..its sad that you get less time for rape than possession of Marijuana.

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No

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