Paying college players becomes an issue yet again.
Should college athletes be paid? It is becoming the question many in the industry can't agree on.
Some think athletes are being paid in an education with a limited stipend, others say it's not enough for the amount of money they bring into the school. When Alabama unveiled their new barbershop, Bama Cuts, everyone knew people would have something to say.
Some media members hinted at the fact that the team and school have so much money, yet won't allow college players to be paid for their services.
If only there was enough money... https://t.co/XzpRlfEjBx— Jay Bilas (@JayBilas) February 20, 2018
Keep wow’ing the players with perks like this so that they will never collectively push for actual compensation. Bold strategy, Cotton. https://t.co/xERJFMF90T— Jemele Hill (@jemelehill) February 20, 2018
Paying college players a reasonable compensation is a debate that may never end, but at least the Crimson Tide players will look fresh for seasons to come.