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SC US Soccer suspends Hope Solo for six months after calling Sweden's team "cowards"

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| By Steve - 23 minutes ago


U.S. Soccer has suspended goalkeeper Hope Solo for six months after her controversial comments at the Olympics, the federation announced Wednesday.

U.S. women’s coach Jill Ellis and U.S. Soccer general secretary Dan Flynn met with Solo, 35, in Seattle on Wednesday afternoon and gave her the news. The move follows Solo’s comments at the Olympics when she called the Swedish players “cowards” for their defensive style in eliminating the U.S. in the quarterfinals.

Solo, who received public criticism from teammate Megan Rapinoe and U.S. Soccer president Sunil Gulati for her comments, did not apologize for them.

“The comments by Hope Solo after the match against Sweden during the 2016 Olympics were unacceptable and do not meet the standard of conduct we require from our national team players,” Gulati said in a press release. “Beyond the athletic arena, and beyond the results, the Olympics celebrate and represent the ideals of fair play and respect. We expect all of our representatives to honor those principles, with no exceptions.”

Gulati continued: “Taking into consideration the past incidents involving Hope, as well as the private conversations we’ve had requiring her to conduct herself in a manner befitting a U.S. national team member, U.S. Soccer determined this is the appropriate disciplinary action.”

Solo, the most dominant goalkeeper in women’s soccer history, has won one World Cup title and two Olympic gold medals in a U.S. career that has included 202 national team appearances and 102 clean sheets. Both are the most ever internationally for a goalkeeper, male or female.

Solo has been involved in controversy as well. At the 2007 World Cup, U.S. coach Greg Ryan benched her for the semifinal against Brazil after she had started every game. Solo lashed out publicly after the U.S.’s 4-0 loss and was shunned by her teammates, but ultimately Ryan lost his job and Solo was welcomed back to the U.S. team under coach Pia Sundhage and won a gold medal in 2008.

As coincidence would have it, Solo’s controversial remarks at this Olympics were about Sundhage’s Sweden team.

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25 minutes ago

OT Who are the best players over 35?

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| By Kooper - 25 minutes ago

Adrian Beltre
Tom Brady

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25 minutes ago

NBA PSA: Don't smoke what Patrick Beverley is smoking; says HOU will make finals/Harden 4 MVP

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| By mdothaze - 25 minutes ago

Not with D'Antoni running the ship

Now with all do respect to yall Rockets fans, yall will probably improve over last season but still...

This is almost worse than what D Rose said about the Knicks

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25 minutes ago

NFL Peyton Manning doesn't like how brother Eli Manning eats a bag of chips.

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26 minutes ago

NBA Chad Ford NBA Mock Draft 2017 1.0 (Way-Too-Early Edition)

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| By mdothaze - 26 minutes ago

Don't know if it's been posted yet but if not, here it is...

01. Philadelphia 76ers - Markelle Fultz, G, Washington
02. Boston Celtics (via Nets) - Harry Giles, F, Duke
03. Los Angeles Lakers - Josh Jackson, F, Kansas
04. Phoenix Suns - Dennis Smith, G, N.C. State
05. Sacramento Kings - Frank Ntilikina, G, France
06. Denver Nuggets - Jonathan Isaac, F, Florida State
07. Orlando Magic - Lonzo Ball, G, UCLA
08. New Orleans Pelicans - Jayson Tatum, F, Duke
09. Miami Heat - Ivan Rabb, F, Cal
10. Milwaukee Bucks - De'Aaron Fox, G, Kentucky
11. Minnesota Timberwolves - Terrance Ferguson, G, Australia
12. Chicago Bulls - Jarrett Allen, C, Texas
13. Dallas Mavericks - Marques Bolden, C, Duke
14. New York Knicks - Malik Monk, G, Kentucky
15. Washington Wizards - Edrice Adebayo, F, Kentucky
16. Houston Rockets - Edmond Sumner, G, Xavier
17. Charlotte Hornets - OG Anunoby, F, Indiana
18. Denver Nuggets (via Grizzlies) - Lauri Markkanen, F, Arizona
19. Atlanta Hawks - Omer Yurtseven, C, N.C. State
20. Oklahoma City Thunder - Carlton Bragg, F, Kansas
21. Indiana Pacers - Tyler Lydon, F, Syracuse
22. Utah Jazz - Rodions Kurucs, F, Latvia
23. Detroit Pistons - Grayson Allen, G, Duke
24. Portland Trail Blazers - Isaiah Hartenstein, F, Germany
25. Toronto Raptors - Jonathan Jeanne, F/C, France
26. Brooklyn Nets (via Celtics) - Miles Bridges, F, Michigan State
27. Toronto Raptors (via Clippers) - Kostja Mushidi, G, Belgium
28. Cleveland Cavaliers - Thomas Bryant, C, Indiana
29. San Antonio Spurs - Jaron Blossomgame, G/F, Clemson
30. Utah Jazz (via Warriors) - Jalen Brunson, G, Villanova

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26 minutes ago

OT How Sway

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| By Tony318 - 26 minutes ago

Hold up, he went 360 and still finished 1️⃣0️⃣ (via @extremedunkbait)

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27 minutes ago

NFL Baby Goat A-Rob turned 23 yesterday. Top 10 plays when he was 22 years old

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| By Bkjj11 - 27 minutes ago

Recognize motherfu*ker

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27 minutes ago

NFL Chiefs Release WR Mike Williams, and S Stevie Brown

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| By Kevin Spacey - 27 minutes ago

Damn, forgot all about Williams

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27 minutes ago

NFL Raiders file trademark 'Las Vegas Raiders'

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| By Bkjj11 - 27 minutes ago

The Oakland Raiders filed for three trademarks to the phrase "Las Vegas Raiders" this week, perhaps the next step in a move from Oakland to Sin City. The trademarks seek to allow the team to own the exclusive right to use the name for sporting events as well as sell everything from helmets to swimsuits to ear muffs with the phrase on it.

The team did not seek to trademark a logo related to the prospective move.

While the team will likely wind up with the rights to the trademarks, it will take some time. Six individuals have sought to trademark the phrase before the Raiders did and the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office reviews filings in the order in which they received them. Those individuals -- who all filed their trademarks on Jan. 29 and Jan. 30 when owner Mark Davis began his flirtation with moving to the city -- will likely then have to make the case that their filing is unrelated to the team.

On Tuesday, outgoing U.S. Sen. Harry Reid (D-Nev.) said he would support a new domed football stadium that could bring the team to town. The project, which is backed by the Raiders, Las Vegas Sands and a realtor, would cost an estimated $2 billion, with money from a new visitor's tax also proposed to finance the structure.

After losing out on going to Los Angeles, the Raiders have a one-year lease to play this season at the Coliseum.

An NHL expansion team will begin play in Las Vegas beginning in the 2017-18 season.

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28 minutes ago

NFL Browns trade LB Barkevious Mingo to the Patriots

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1 hour ago

BOX Canelo: I would love to fight Pacquiao

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| By A-N-D-1 - 1 hour ago

Speaking with WBN ahead of his scheduled title fight with Liam Smith, Canelo Alvarez answers questions on a few topics including his thoughts on a potential Floyd Mayweather return and potentially fighting Manny Pacquiao in the future. Starting with his thoughts on Floyd Mayweather possibly coming back to boxing, Canelo tells WBN:

"Oh I think Floyd Mayweather will fight again. Mayweather thrives in the spotlight so much it will happen," Canelo exclusively told World Boxing News.

Then, when asked about his interest in potentially fighting Manny Pacquiao, Canelo responds:

"I would love to fight Manny Pacquiao but that's looking ahead and disrespectful to Liam Smith.

"Liam Smith is a world champion and a very tough fighter. He's a tough guy and I'm challenging him. He's the champion and a worthy one," he said.

It should be noted that Pacquiao's trainer Freddie Roach has gone on record a number of times saying that he too would love to match Pacquiao against Canelo. The only issue he would have is the time between the weigh-in and fight night -- saying that they would have to have a rehydration limit in order to prevent Canelo from having too much of an advantage over Pacquiao. It would certainly be a big-selling fight if it were to happen, but coming to terms on the weight issue would be a big hurdle to overcome.

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1 hour ago

BOX Hopkins on GGG-Brook: Time Will Reveal All The Frauds in Boxing

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| By AB AboutBuildin - 1 hour ago


Former world champion and Golden Boy Promotions executive Bernard Hopkins believes Gennady 'GGG' Golovkin is doing exactly what he criticized Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez for doing several months ago.

Golokin lashed out out at Canelo when the Mexican superstar signed on to face Amir Khan in May. Khan, a welterweight contender, moved up by eight pounds to face challenge Canelo for the WBC middleweight title. Golovkin said the fight was disrespectful to boxing and called it nothing more than a 'business fight.'

Next month, Golovkin will defend the WBC/WBA/IBO/IBF middleweight belts against IBF welterweight champion Kell Brook, who moves up by 13 pounds to the full limit of 160-pounds.

Hopkins, who's company promotes Canelo, says Brook is doing an old school move by moving up several divisions to face the champion, but Golovkin on the other hand is going back on his word - promising to fight the very best. Canelo is back in the junior middleweight division and faces WBO champion Liam Smith on September 17th.

Hopkins himself was trying to get Golovkin in the ring. He says Golovkin's handlers were not in favor of the contest.

"It's not fair criticism [that Golovkin gave to Canelo], but I'm not really looking at what Triple G is doing - I'm looking at his opponent who is coming from 147 and having enough heart to try to make history like other fighters have don before in history," Hopkins told ES News.

"As you just mentioned and everybody know [Golovkin] is calling the kettle black. It's a figure of speech that we used to sa, back on the East Coast more than the West Coast. And now Triple G is doing the same thing that he accused Canelo of doing. Again, only time will reveal all the frauds in boxing who say they want to fight the best and then they wind up doing something else. Only time will tell. You see things and you pay attention, but not everybody pays attention because they don't want to."

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1 hour ago

NFL Safety Donte Whitner visiting the Panthers on Friday

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1 hour ago

NCAAF Miami Hoerricanes lose scrimmage to Florida A&M

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| By Xaiv - 1 hour ago

Florida A&M defeated the University of Miami on Thursday.

In a practice game, that is, with the Miami Hurricanes’ scout team playing the roles of the Rattlers’ projected starters.

Miami fans can either bemoan the fact that UM’s first-teamers couldn’t overcome the 28-0 deficit to the scout team, or in the glass half-full scenario, be relieved that Miami’s scout-team players and backups — some were relegated to scout team to help depth-wise — hung in there for the victory.

Richt did not give the final score.

“I couldn’t have asked for a better practice game than what just happened,’’ said Richt, the only person available to the media after the closed scrimmage at Greentree Field.

“The scouts gave a great look. And the [UM] offense and defense, we had to feel a little anxiety trying to come back with a 28-point deficit.’’

The Hurricanes (8-5 in 2015) will meet the Rattlers (1-10 in 2015 and a member of the Football Championship Subdivision) at 6 p.m. Sept. 3 in the season opener.

“This is what you want. You want to put your defense under stress,’’ Richt said Thursday. “You want to put your offense under stress. You want it to be competitive. I told the scouts, ‘You’re not a punching bag today. Go compete.’’’

That, they did, though the UM team made enough mistakes to keep them from making the comeback.

Turns out starting quarterback Brad Kaaya, who threw two interceptions, including one for a touchdown that ended the game, played the whole time for UM, as backups Malik Rosier and Vincent Testaverde never had the opportunity to spell Kaaya.

The FAMU quarterbacks were redshirt freshman Evan Shirreffs and freshman Jack Allison, who “did a great job,’’ the coach said.

Richt said Kaaya threw one pass for a touchdown, “and we ran the rest of them in. [Tailback Mark] Walton had a long screen for a touchdown.’’

Freshman safety Romeo Finley intercepted Kaaya twice for the scout team.

“Romeo did a good job, was opportunistic,’’ Richt said.

“We’re driving the field with under three or four minutes or so to go, we look like we’re moving the ball real well and getting ready to make it where we can score for an onside [kick] and win it, and we get a dropped ball — a catchable ball that pops in the air. They intercept it and take it back for a touchdown,’’ Richt said. “Game over.

“That was our scout team celebrating the pick-6 to end the game,’’ the coach said of the celebratory cheers heard outside the practice. “We put a lot of quality players on that side of the ball to make it a quality game. We had some really good receivers making plays, quarterbacks I thought played a really nice game on that side of the ball.’’

Richt said UM had four turnovers Thursday. The Canes also had a targeting call on defense “that would have ejected a player for the rest of that game and the first half of the next game,’’ he said. “Not a lot of penalties – there weren’t many.’’

Practice continues Friday morning at Greentree.

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2 hours ago

NFL Victor Cruz Announces His Return to Destroy The Jets

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| By Rique - 2 hours ago

Back where it all started in preseason vs the Jets hes declared hes ready again


With those words on Thursday Victor Cruz let everyone know that he expects to make his long-awaited return to football for the New York Giants Saturday when they face the New York Jets in a preseason game at MetLife Stadium.

How many days will it have been since we have seen Cruz in action? He didn’t know, just saying that it “feels like a long time.”

The answer, incidentally, is 684. When he takes the field Saturday it will have been 653 days since he crumpled to the ground in Philadelphia with a torn patella tendon. He missed last season after suffering a calf injury in training camp.

“It’s been a long time coming,” Cruz said. “Had a good week of practice, everything feels great, so I’m just excited.

“I feel like a rookie again. There will be butterflies, there will be anxiety. There has been for some time now.”

While Saturday will be just a preseason game for his teammates, Cruz admitted it will be much more than that for him.

“This one is crossing so many hurdles, so many barriers, so many ups and downs that I had to face to get to this moment,” he said. “Now I’m just ready to relax and just go play some football again. To me this game is bigger than just a game.”

Cruz hoped to make his debut earlier in the preseason, but a groin injury forced him out of action for two weeks. He admitted a “tremendous exhale” when he got through full practices Tuesday and Wednesday without any issues.

“He got through a good practice on our Wednesday practice on Tuesday. Yesterday he got through a three-hour practice in good shape,” said coach Ben McAdoo. “when he first got out here this week, he showed a burst and showed some acceleration, he can put his foot in the ground. He had a really nice release on a slant, which reminded me of the Houston game a few years ago, so it is encouraging.”

The Giants will do a tremendous exhale of their own if they see signs of the Cruz of old on Saturday.

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2 hours ago

NBA Dangelo Russell aka Point R&B 🐀 is Rated a 79 on NBA 2k17

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| By DSmith93 - 2 hours ago

D'Angelo Russell was given a rating of 79 overall in NBA 2K17. What rating would you have given him?

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He should at least be rated an 81 by now

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NBA Long Island Nets will hold an open player tryout on September 24

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4 hours ago

BOX Canelo: A Shame Mexicans Criticize Their Athletes So Much!

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| By AB AboutBuildin - 4 hours ago


Canelo Alvarez acknowledged later during Wednesday’s conference call that he fully understands often-intense criticism comes along with his rarified territory.

Earlier, however, Alvarez intimated that many Mexican fans should be more supportive of one of the country’s sports heroes in the wake of his decision to fight Liam Smith next, not Gennady Golovkin.

“It’s unfortunate, but they criticize the athletes,” Alvarez said in response to a question that was asked about Mexicans lambasting members of their country’s 2016 Olympic boxing team. “The athletes are the ones that pretty much put Mexico on the map internationally. And it’s a shame that sometimes they get criticized so harshly. I think that if we were all supporting each other, we would be in a better place.”

Mexican fans who want nothing less than for Alvarez (47-1-1, 33 KOs) to challenge Golovkin (35-0, 32 KOs) for middleweight supremacy have harshly condemned the 26-year-old superstar’s HBO Pay-Per-View fight against England’s Smith (23-0-1, 13 KOs).

Alvarez has tried to take that criticism in stride as he prepares for their 12-round fight for Smith’s WBO world super welterweight title at the Dallas Cowboys’ AT&T Stadium.

“There are always gonna be critics,” Alvarez said. “They’re always there. It’s part of it. It’s part of the business. Obviously there’s critics sometimes, and there’s bad critics. But the most important thing is that it doesn’t faze me. It doesn’t faze. That’s fine. I’m used to it by now and I’ve got to do what’s best for my career.”

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BOX Jose Benavidez Jr. shot In Arizona

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| By AB AboutBuildin - 4 hours ago


Undefeated welterweight Jose Benavidez Jr. — who’s 25-0 as a pro — was shot while out on a walk in Arizona early Tuesday morning … but we’re told he’s expected to survive. The 24-year-old Top Rank fighter is a rising star in the sport — and recently chalked up a high profile victory over Francisco Santana on the undercard of the Crawford vs. Postol fight in Vegas.

Sources tell us … Benavidez was out walking one of his pets near his home in Phoenix when he was approached by an unknown man who pulled out a gun and shot him in the leg. The Phoenix PD confirms the shooting and says the victim was transported to a nearby hospital with non-life threatening injuries. However, one source with knowledge of the situation tells us Jose’s injuries pose a serious threat to his boxing career. So far, no arrests have been made.

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4 hours ago

NCAAF Documentary on Dark Side of College Sports

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| By KrowVakabon - 4 hours ago

In New Documentary, Former USC Football Player Bob DeMars Sheds Light on the Dark Side of College Sports
August 25, 2016
Patrick Hruby

Releasing Friday on Amazon, iTunes, and other digital download services, the documentary The Business of Amateurs takes a critical look at big-time college sports, concluding that the National Collegiate Athletic Association and its member schools place money and their own interests above the rights and well-being of campus athletes.

VICE Sports recently spoke to director Bob DeMars, a former University of Southern California football player, about his experiences as an athlete, the ongoing debate over pay-for-play, brain trauma in football, criticizing college sports while loving them, and other issues covered in the film.

This interview has been lightly edited for clarity and length.

Read More: The NCAA Lets College Olympians Collect Cash for Gold, Because Amateurism Is a Self-Serving Lie

VICE Sports: In your film, you diagnose two major ills in college sports: the financial exploitation of athletes, and a parallel failure to protect their physical health. You're also a former USC football player. When you were a college athlete, how did you perceive and understand—or not perceive and understand—those same ills?

Bob DeMars: I was pretty naive to those issues as problems. When you're playing, you are carrying everyone's dreams with you—your friends, family, everyone from your hometown is watching you. You go from being the best player wherever you came from to a team where everyone was that guy. There's an awful lot of competition, and you're just thinking about trying to not piss off the coaches. When you're hurt, you feel like a burden to the team. There's a shameful quality to it. Your brothers are out there fighting and battling. You feel guilty.

I did feel the squeeze, financially. I would take toilet paper rolls out of the athletic department building to save money. You don't have any money to do anything. But you kind of accept that. You just assume that's the way it's supposed to be. I once went and bought Nike flip-flops because I knew the school had a deal with Nike, and I was worried I might get in trouble if I bought Reebok. [Laughs.]

You don't think about the amount of money your coaches are making. John Robinson was my coach when I got to USC. He was very much a father figure. Open-door policy, come talk anytime you want. It felt like a family. One time, John called me in and said, "Bobby, you look thin there." He gave me a $20 handshake. "Go get yourself something to eat." Then he pulled me closer and said, "And bring me back two chicken sandwiches." The chicken sandwiches ended up costing twenty bucks. So I didn't get anything! But that was funny at the time.

Bob DeMars (center) with former USC football coach John Robinson. YouTube

What happened to change your understanding, and how and when did you decide that you wanted to make a documentary tackling these issues?

It was shortly after I finished playing. I realized some of my injuries were still lingering. Back pain, knee pain, shoulder pain, neck pain. All from different times in Paul Hackett era, when I was basically expendable.

When Hackett replaced Robinson [as USC head coach], I had to schedule an appointment just to meet with him. When I finally get in his office, he said, "So, I hear you're transferring." I had never said a word or thought about transferring. It turned out that he did that to about eight other guys—he was trying to get us out and bring in his own recruits. This was the end of my freshman year, and he told me I would never play for him. I had turned down Stanford and Harvard to go to USC for their film school. It really bothered me that he was assuming I was only there to play football.

So during the time he coached, I probably played about ten years of football, almost all of it in practice. We would have three-a-days back then. We'd practice 24 days straight. There were days we'd only have five or six defensive linemen, and I was one of the only guys who knew all the positions on the D line. So I'd sometimes go 50-60 plays in a row in scrimmages. And I played through injuries that most starters would have sat out and allowed to heal. All because I was trying to prove Paul Hackett wrong.

My position coach, Ed Orgeron, didn't like me. He thought I was there to go to school. They used to check on players going to class. Now, I would sometimes miss class to try to find time to sleep if I knew I could get an A in that class. Football plus school is very demanding, and something had to give at some point. But they never checked on me, because they assumed I was going. So when Orgeron would read the list of guys who had missed classes, he would give me the stink-eye for not being on it.()

Why did you call your film The Business of Amateurs? That sounds like an oxymoron.

It is an oxymoron. But it also has a double meaning. Amateurism is about not being paid. But the amateur athlete is the product, and everybody in the system is paid: the coaches, administrators, the marketing department. The title has a second meaning in that the "of" is meant to be possessive. It really is our business, as athletes. So it's a call to action. I think change has to start with the players. Unfortunately, by the time players are enlightened, they are out of the college sports system.

[Laughs] I was a little worried that people would search for the film and think it was about cam girls or something.

Are college athletes—at least in the major revenue sports—being exploited by their schools and by the NCAA?

The NCAA says it was founded for two reasons: protect athlete health, and protect athletes from commercial exploitation. But when it comes the second one, what they really mean to prevent others from exploiting the athletic talent that they are commercially exploiting.

When I was playing, I was hyper-aware that Oregon put quarterback Joey Harrington on a billboard in Times Square. Heck, you put a dog on a billboard, and the owner of the dog gets paid.

Many people push back against the idea of exploitation, arguing that athletes should instead be grateful because they are receiving a free education. Free food. Free coaching. Free perks. Free medical care. And so on. When you're a big-time college athlete, is anything free?

No. You're getting paid. That's the scholarship. Sometimes, like if you're flying to South Bend to play Notre Dame, you are putting in 80 hours a week of work. If you break down the scholarship at many schools, athletes are actually making less than minimum wage.()

There is a misperceived sense that college athletes are entitled and privileged. People think it's amazing to run out of the tunnel on game day. It is amazing! But it happens three to four dozen times while you're at school. It's fleeting, a small part of the picture. The reality is you go there to work. And having to balance that amount of work with school is really difficult.

Speaking of school, the NCAA also argues that amateurism is necessary because allowing college athletes to be compensated beyond a scholarship would compromise their educations. What do you think of that?

Well, there are a lot people who go to night school while working full-time jobs. [Laughs.]

America is a capitalistic society. But somehow, there is this fairy tale—one the NCAA has done a very good job of making people believe—that college sports are all about the glory. Guys who just love to play.

Of course, like I said, these guys are paid. They're just paid in the form of the scholarship. Are they worth more than that? Given all the money in the system and how everyone else gets paid, of course they are. But people think a grown man—usually at least 18 years of age, we're not talking about child actors—they think for some reason he shouldn't get his value.

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