tdhoosier Posted September 13, 2019 Report Share Posted September 13, 2019 https://www.espn.com/college-sports/story/_/id/27593438/calif-senate-ok-athlete-bill-ncaa-calls-harmful Surprised this hasn't been posted. The governor has 30 days to sign this into law. I know we hash out this subject a lot, but if it is signed into law this has potential to change a lot of things. NCAA is already talking about potentially banning California school from the organization, which is not believed to be held up in court. California could be the first domino to fall. This is completely my opinion, but I'm not sure that I buy it's make the playing field more unlevel than it already is. I think the market would eventually stabilize itself when it comes to endorsement dollars being spent. AND the playing field is already not level. How many burger boys are going to mid-majors? Heck, how many of the top 150 are going to mid-majors? The power conferences already have their own networks which gives them a huge advantage over smaller conferences. The schools that have the biggest followings already receive the biggest endorsement contracts and already have the best facilities, recruiting budgets and coaching budgets. Will this really tip the scales that much further? Could it possibly even things out and disperse the top 10 players to more colleges instead of just 2 (Duke and Kentucky)? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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