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Asked at Massachusetts Street on July 24, 2016
Emma Scioli, professor, Lawrence
“Given what they do for the school, yes, as long as it’s commensurate with other types of service to the school, such as what a graduate teaching assistant makes.”
Jim VanHoet, chief financial officer, Ottawa
“I’m OK with it, because I think the only two revenue-producing sports in college are men’s football and men’s basketball, and they basically subsidize the others.”
Shani Andersen, consulting, Lawrence
“Not if we want to keep them from going into the draft before they’re done with college.”
Calvin Barnes, auto body work, Lawrence
“To some players, it is, if you know what I mean.”
The players need to be held accountable for paying taxes on the cash they get from boosters.
1 year, 3 months ago
There has to be a set maximum amount, otherwise it'll just be a bidding war like going into the NBA. Athletes have to be attracted with the school reputation and amenities.
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