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Florida DB Apologizes For Calling College Football a 'Modern Form of Slavery'


Some college players tweet things only to delete them later.

Florida's Jalen Tabor let his emotions get the best of him once the revenue numbers for the SEC came out. The conference made upwards of $500 million and upon seeing that, athletes are crying foul claiming how they should be paid, not counting their education being paid for. Players these days want incentives and a little something extra to go along with it. Tabor mentioned they aren't getting that and tweeted:

Someone having their own personal belief is fine, but the problem is sharing it with every single person who follows you. Some things are better left unsaid or there could've been a better way to phrase it. Of course, once Tabor realized his error and he quickly deleted the tweet and apologized.