D1 Football Player Breaks Down Spring Game Money For NCAA

The debate on whether or not college football players should be paid more for what they produce is just starting to heat up. In another example that players are ready to fight the NCAA for what they believe is right, this anonymous D1 college football player calculated just how much money his school is going to make from the 2014 spring game.

He roughly estimates that $750,000 in revenue will be turned for the scrimmage, and then goes on to compare his $800 per month to what an individual on welfare would bring in.

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Everyone better buckle up, because we are only in the first round of this fight.

[via @Rand_Getlin]