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Uh, the state bill two of six just means that they lose control, order and power over the players as far as how they get paid.
And, uh, this is he was still regulate eligibility, academics, etcetera, etcetera in that form, just whatever they do outside of the school environment, they would have control over it as faras the players earning ability.
If it is, you definitely would just jump on board and create better rules for the players getting paid in.
The states won't need to go through legislation like you do it.
South Carolina has a similar Justin, this California in the process of getting passed through Governor, uh, in a letter to Governor Newsome of California, the Board of governors said the following Right now, nearly half a million student athletes in all 50 states compete under the same boat.
This bill would remove the essential element of fairness and equal treatment that forms the bedrock of college sports.
I don't necessarily agree completely with that statement simply because you look at the power of five schools.
They call it football.
They have a higher likelihood of reaching the college football playoffs.
Then say a swallow school like UCF who could go undefeated and still be left out of the college football playoffs.
Not every school and not every player is equal.
And just not some schools are on a lower level.
Some are on a higher little bit player, better competition.
They get better recruits, and a lot of that is because of the money that they draw it.
They got the money in from the previous players, etcetera, etcetera.
But also the TV deals look in the Big 12 TV deal that they tried to recruit a lot of people.
The Pac 12 TV deals bringing in millions of dollars every year for each school.
Yeah, there's a lot of high profile mazes come forward to support this.
The probably the largest name out there is LeBron James, who sent out a tweet supporting this actor.
Leave it, take a clip, make and she'll use the tweet.
Oh, so LeBron is completely aboard with this.
Bam! Everyone California call your politicians to tell them to support SB two of six.
This law is a game changer.
College athletes can responsibly get paid for what they do and the billions that they create.
This is exactly what I was referring to earlier and live it later on.
Here, in just a second run raises a fair point.
Might be the devil A and the schools earned billions in revenue from ticket sales, merchandise and, of course, the biggest cash cow TV rights, along with, uh, extra money for making certain balls in addition to Is he double a March Madness tournament, etcetera, etcetera.
The school's bringing billions of dollars.
I think it's very hypocritical that is in the lead.
Same student athlete has no right to earn money based on his her name, image and likeness.
Athlete that gets an endorsement deal with McDonald's for 25,000 year while he's in school takes nothing away from the NC double in or the school, the schools and busy later still getting their money.
All the other streams that they're giving, what is wrong with it? Athlete going and getting an endorsement deal.
No, it's just it's ah aggravating when some people just Oh no, they're athletes.
They're education is enough.
Some of them are walk cause they don't get a scholarship.
Uh, but will be interesting to me, Is how the players see double X and schools deal with Jersey sells.
Um, cause I know players get a cut of Drew's in cells.
So it's gonna be interesting how they do it in college.
But Vice News mentioned on Twitter that the governor rakes in an estimated $14 billion in 2018.
That's a lot of money.
But the other day, Governor Newsome will affect the lives of millions of players one way or another.
My hope is that is, for the betterment of the players and not in favor of the NC double A.
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