“Our team is worth 1.5 BILLION dollars but it wouldn't be fair to other students if we get a free hamburger.”

By Jeremy Woo
September 21, 2017

A recent Wall Street Journal report valued the Ohio State, Texas and Oklahoma football programs at $1.5 billion each.

And...the players don’t get paid a salary off that, at all.

Buckeyes backup QB Joe Burrow took to Twitter and made a solid point about this matter.

Of course, NCAA athletes aren’t allowed to profit off their likenesses or take impermissible benefits of literally any kind. They can’t take free things, nor do they get paid. Sure, Burrow is the backup, but in the greater scheme of things, he certainly has a point.


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