02:58 PM - April 15, 2013 by MMChrisS
It's a well documented fact that the NCAA, schools, and conferences are making a lot of money when it comes to football. College conference realignment has been driven for the desire to increase TV revenue, and by most accounts at least the major conferences are raking the money in.
However, it's also well documented that most schools' athletic budgets don't exactly run in the black and that college athletes (especially football players) get a pretty sweet deal already, just ask Bob Stoops. With the Ed O'Bannon/Sam Keller case hanging over the NCAA at the present time, do you think college football players should get a cut of licensing fees?
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