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College basketball coaches offer opinions on paying players

Monday, August 20, 2012

Should college basketball players be paid, and if so, how would you compensate them? YES - 58 percent, NO - 42 percent. Some of the suggested methods: -- Build compensation right into the scholarship package with a stipend at the end of each semester: 28 percent. -- Players should be allowed to receive endorsement money (Olympic model): 20 percent (CBS Sports)

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