Hey, I'm all for it - I guarantee it will simply let the rich get richer wrt premier talent. The disparity between the Alabamas, Georgias, and Clempsons and the rest of the NCAA will only grow.Note: I'm really trying to not be political about this but it is really hard because it is kinda extrinsically tied to what we should consider basic rights a person has in the market. I think the NCAA has greatly overstepped their bounds and have for generations w/r/t this specific, narrow issue. The "are they laborers entitled to greater compensation?" argument is much more complicated and frankly the schools do give several forms of compensation to the student athlete such as cost of living adjustments, stipends, subsistence, housing, and tuition.
Win / win.