Hypocrisy of NCAA rules

The revenue generated by college athletics is still not fairly shared with the players (“Even the Supreme Court Can’t Save the N.C.A.A. From Itself,” The New York Times, Mar. 24). Although players are now allowed to be paid for their names, images and likenesses as a result of the Supreme Court’s ruling in N.C.A.A. v. Alston in 2021, they can’t be paid for playing.

The NCAA is too powerful.  Players are mere pawns in the system.  It’s time to stop the exploitation of athletes and pay them for their labor.

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