Last week, the supreme court unanimously ruled in favor of college athletes in a case that paved the way for them to be paid. Then, on Wednesday, a variety of state laws were set to change that would allow athletes to legally pursue NIL profits. The public debate over whether college athletes should be paid has been one of the central discussions in US sports for over a decade. College sports is a much, much bigger deal in the US than in other countries. How big?
Supreme Court appears willing to side with college athletes against NCAA in compensation case
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Everybody else is writing about this whole problem with amateur sports, so I'm gonna throw my two cents in as well. These situations have been happening for a while. People were just smart enough not to get caught in the past.
Chris Murphy, a Connecticut Democrat, wrote this op-ed to make the case for athlete compensation and collective bargaining rights. Even as COVID spread like wildfire through college campuses, big-time college sports could not be stopped. Even as games got canceled and postponed left and right, college sports could not be stopped. Even when Big Ten and Pac leaders tried to put the health of their athletes first, college sports could not be stopped.