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Josh Rosen Comments
Not sure if everyone has read the article but I was curious what y'all thought about it. I can see both sides of the coin because I've experienced the hours of a student athlete and there is something to be said about "keeping players eligible". But at the same time there are guys out there graduating early. I think college athletics give kids wonderful opportunities and a great platform that otherwise wouldn't be available. But in the instance of the UCF kicker, I think the NCAA has too much of a strong arm policing kids personal brands and what they create for themselves. Just wondering where y'all stand on it.