Would Player Endorsements Help or Hurt College Football?

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Would Player Endorsements Help or Hurt College Football?
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South Carolina Gamecocks head coach Steve Spurrier thinks college athletes should be paid.

Scattered across various corners of the interwebs are others who would argue against such a thing taking place.

What about a happy place somewhere in the middle for the time being?

Player endorsements.

Players being paid by organizations outside of their specific institution of higher learning to provide endorsements of a specific product.

Imagine the revenue Johnny Manziel could have produced for himself in the offseason with an opportunity to market himself.

There are arguments going both ways, for and against, and five of each are included here.

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