New York Senator Proposes Bill To Have College Athletes Paid Directly By Schools

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With the NCAA recently dealing with legislature from California that would allow student-athletes to benefit off their name, image and likeness, the governing body of college sports will now be forced to monitor a situation starting in Brooklyn.
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