"Should college athletes be allowed to earn personal income from their notoriety?"

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"Should college athletes be allowed to earn personal income from their notoriety?"

"Should college athletes be allowed to earn personal income from their notoriety?"

Orlando Cabrera, Whiting | "No. They're not employees yet. They're still technically students. They should earn their way into the pros."

"Should college athletes be allowed to earn personal income from their notoriety?"

"Should college athletes be allowed to earn personal income from their notoriety?"

Angelic Rodriguez, Valparaiso | "They should. If anyone could make money, it should be the athletes themselves. I think it's wrong not being able to make money. If you work, then it should be considered a job."

"Should college athletes be allowed to earn personal income from their notoriety?"

"Should college athletes be allowed to earn personal income from their notoriety?"

Joshua Bruner, Hammond| "Why not? They brought themselves to that point. They should get what they deserve."

"Should college athletes be allowed to earn personal income from their notoriety?"

"Should college athletes be allowed to earn personal income from their notoriety?"

Diane Carr, Munster | "Yes. The other kids are making money working. It's a way to pay for school by considerating it a job. It's hard work."

"Should college athletes be allowed to earn personal income from their notoriety?"

"Should college athletes be allowed to earn personal income from their notoriety?"

Bill Sommer, Thornton | "Yes. Most of the kids aren't on scholarships, and it's a way to earn money."

"Should college athletes be allowed to earn personal income from their notoriety?"

"Should college athletes be allowed to earn personal income from their notoriety?"

Andrew Hurlburt, Valparaiso | "They're already getting scholarships. If you pay them, then it gets to be the same as the NFL. When someone has a injury, then they don't play but get paid."

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