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Tune in tonight Sat. April 4th 2015 8:30 P.M. EST to The Approach with the 3Kings Radio show as we discuss the biggest debate in college athlethics. CALL IN NUMBER IS 347-857-3911 also join us in our live chat room at www.the3kingsapproach.comTopic tonight is:
DO COLLEGE ATHLETES DESERVE TO GET PAID???
It's one of the biggest debates in sports: should college athletes be paid? Everyone from sports fans and media personalities to the players and general public seem to have an opinion. And regardless where you stand on the issue, like it or not, college athletes might soon start to get paid. A federal judge just ruled that the NCAA can't stop players from selling the rights to their names, images and likeness, striking down NCAA regulations that prohibit them from getting anything other than scholarships and the cost of attendance at schools. This ruling could potentially allow players at big schools to have money generated by television contracts put into a trust fund to pay them when they leave school.
Paying college athletes now is the right thing to do because it will give those who fail to be recruited by the pros a chance to buy some time, and hopefully figure out how they are going to get by with the rest of their lives and give them a little savings in the bank to work with. Also, they deserve to be paid because they are the very reason college sports fans turn on the TV and attend the games. They are what generates revenues all around. Without these kids, college sports wouldn't be college sports, and it's time to compensate them for their talents and abilities that make college sports so great.
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Should college athletes be paid to play??? This question has been asked year after year. Since college athletics brings a great deal of money to their institutions, many college athletes believe that they should "reap the benefits of what they sow." How do you feel??? We at the Coffee Club want to know. Call us at 646-595-3275, and enjoy a cup of coffee with us.
Do college athletes have time to be students? Going to college is exciting, fun, and hard work. But do you think it's realistic to expect them to practice for hours after class and then study? These are students who are in college because of their sports scholarship not necessarily because of their academics. They practice hours on end; on the field and on the court pefecting their skill. They want to experience college life too, the social scene. SO is there enough time time in the day to include studying? Are they given preferential treatment? Tune in and give your opinion. #collegeathletes
A recent report said that two gay NFL players are refusing to come out publicly as gay because they don't want a lot of media attention for any kind of big announcement. It's an interesting revelation that both reflects and belies what we think we know about professional athletes.
On the one hand they want all the attention they can get to maximize exposure. Exposure means more of the all-mighty dollar that so many of them seek in the short span of their careers. On the flip side, we often hear that athletes don't want to be known as the "gay athlete" but just want to be known for their athletic accomplishments.
We discuss the idea of the media keeping athletes in the closet, and also the impact that big-name professional athletes can have when they come out publicly.
Plus, we have the growing attention being paid to trans issues in sports and the generosity of one young gay professional athlete named Robbie Rogers.