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Yes they have to allowed they practice they played. A Big yes
I say yes. I feel the same way about college football. The schools make a fortune off of these events..the least they could do is pay the athletes!
"sing a song about the heartland, sing a song about my life" George strait
If the students are bringing in a paying audience, then they should be compensated in some form.
-Chris @ Eagle Mountain
I think it is not just fine, it is preferable to introduce money prizes, as it is extra stimulation and a very good motivation, too. Amauterism is not quite right for those who are going to become professionals.
I believe that sport should be practiced for pleasure, but if the sport you practice gives you money the better.
Students need money for all sorts of things and an award will be appreciated even if the prize means money.
My sister can play sports and study to get her special ed certification at the same time because she earns money from sport to pay the school.
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The ncaa says student athletes may not accept any prize money or other things of value for our competitions, I voted yes to being allowed to accept the prize money because we do the exact same thing that the professional sports are doing which is being the attraction which brings money into the venue of whatever sport we are in. The fact that any company is making even a dime of profit for something that came out of our hard work (and risk of injury) is completely hypocritical. Therefore, yes we do deserve some sort of a reward for our hard work (doesnt have to be as big as the pros make). But also, if it is allowed for one college sport it should be allowed for all college sports.
As the parent of an athlete I spent a great deal of time teaching my athlete that when they found themselves competing for money instead of the love of the sport then it was time to quit.
Gambling at a fine casino is a lot of fun for so many gamblers who just cannot get to a city where there is a casino to wager at.
Why must everything be about the money? Students are in college to get an education. If they wish to participate in sports, fine. But if they want to make all that big money (lol) then let them drop out and go find their fortunes.
Many of us saw the corruption of college sports in the past. I would not like to see that befall rodeo.
Leave it as an amateur sport.
Yes, we should! things cost so much now that even a low prize would be good.
The ncaa says student athletes may not accept any prize money or other things of value for our competitions, I voted yes to being allowed to accept the prize money because we do the exact
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