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Mtnbighorn

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Agree with most of your post,


However, student athletes, especially in football and men’s basketball are being paid monthly stipends, all books/fees paid, tutoring, greatest physical training facilities, doctors care when needed along with the best rehabilitation available, the best and monitored food diet, five years of education followed with a normal degree and some with a Master’s degree.
With new regulations going into effect in 2021, the gifted athletes are going to be paid a higher, individual compensation.

If they are an out of state athlete or even in state athlete, I can’t fathom in today’s costs what they are receiving in total compensation for four or five years playing the sport they love. Even if injured as a freshman and cannot play, they will receive there scholarship to get a degree.

Maybe there is a reason why their fellow non-athletic students are not attending games, while their parents and themselves are paying a lot of money to simply attends College.

(In response to this post by SappBVP)

Posted: 06/26/2020 at 5:43PM



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Michigan, Budget issues -- Hopsblues 06/25/2020 3:43PM
  If we are truly honest about -- SappBVP 06/25/2020 6:29PM
  Agree with most of your post, -- Mtnbighorn 06/26/2020 5:43PM
  Agree with you. ** -- SappBVP 06/28/2020 10:39AM
  I feel terrible for them and their $161MM athletic budget. ** -- Big Horned Sheep 06/25/2020 5:33PM
  New poor v old poor. CSU will survive -- Cam's Chorizo 06/25/2020 4:08PM
  Yeah, you guys are swimming in it -- stiflersmom 06/26/2020 09:17AM
  Lol. Yeh ok. ** -- sanfranramfan 06/25/2020 10:39PM
  LMAO! ** -- Shiner 06/25/2020 4:33PM

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