The debate on whether college players should sell their items to earn money continues as Dolphins linebacker Channing Crowder has entered the debate.
The former Florida Gator said Sunday during the debut of his new two-hour weekly talk show on WQAM radio in Miami that “hypothetically” he didn’t have any of his Florida jerseys, because some Jacksonville businessmen really liked his play.
What does that mean? Either you sold your jerseys or you didn’t.
Anyways, Mr. Channing also expressed support for former Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor, who traded in signed equipment, championship rings and other memorabilia to a tattoo-parlor owner for cash and discounted tattoos.
The NCAA really do need to find away to pay these players because we all know that most of them are breaking the rules and getting some change-change on the side.
I know these student athletes are getting free rides to school but every now and then they want to see a movie or go out to eat or buy new shoes. And they can’t do that if they’re broke.
So, until they start paying them these kids will continue to break the rules.