Asked by Husker Max 6/3/2014 508 Votes Should a full scholarship include funds to cover "the gap"? 68% Yes WINNER 4 32% No 1 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Copy Link 68% Yes Add Comment Comment Share with friends All students need money for transportation, computers, clothing, etc. Without being able to have a job beyond their sports and academic requirements their needs to be a subsidy ... Show More All students need money for transportation, computers, clothing, etc. Without being able to have a job beyond their sports and academic requirements their needs to be a subsidy to help cover "the gap". Show Less 4 Comments 0 Stephen Johnson Fair is fair. It is a practice that was in place and eliminated due to the Greed of the NCAA. Reply Reply 0 Bruce Black Its ridiculous that anyone could argue not to, in some way, increase the compensations they receive. They drive hotel, restaurant, airline, tv, newspaper, and ad revenue, which feeds many a family! Reply Reply 0 Mike Newman Because the NCAA restrictions hold back players ability to earn money... so let them enjoy some benefits. Reply Reply 32% No Add Comment Comment Share with friends 1 Comment 0 Michael Mahoney If they truly are from a poor family, they can get pell grants to cover all other costs of education. Where do they get the money for all the tattoos? Reply Reply Bruce Black so you vote yes for players w/o tatoos???