After California signed SB-206 (Fair Pay to Play Act) on September 30, the general consensus was that student-athletes are finally getting their due. However, the NCAA realized that their resistance to compensate athletes may finally be coming to a head. College Football Writer Ross Dellenger fills in the details with Robin Lundberg on why the NCAA is working at a snail's pace on the Fair Pay to Play Act, its ramifications if it’s signed into federal law.
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