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So, coaches salaries and endorsements don’t hurt womens sports. Nor do facilities spending or Commissioners’ salaries hurt womens sports. But, athlete endorsements will hurt womens sports? What craven, baseless nonsense. How embarrassing. https://t.co/gW6eEjxvbs
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This is more nonsensical NCAA propaganda and doomsday rhetoric. A lack of competitive balance is built into the system because of amateurism. The NCAA is not asking for limits on its spending or its salaries, just limits on athletes only. How absurd. https://t.co/NGML3E6iHl
RT @ByBerkowitz: University of Baltimore law professor Dionne Koller tells Senate Commerce Committee NIL hearing that sports organizations, including NCAA, have often made claims about harms that will occur from changes and the "predicted harm never materializes."
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The NCAA, a recidivist antitrust violator, is lobbying Congress for an antitrust exemption. Is it to limit coaches’ salaries? No. Facilities spending? No. It is only to limit pay to athletes. Congress should provide athletes with full economic rights. https://t.co/z9uy4YHr1y