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Topic: So, starting in 2023, will the 3 California schools in the
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So, starting in 2023, will the 3 California schools in the


Posted: Oct 1, 2019 10:00 AM
 

Pac 12 have to purposely tank in order to assure their Conference champion is outside the state, and thus eligible for the Playoff? Lets face it, none of them have been anywhere close to playoff worthy in recent times anyway, so probably a moot point.

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Re: So, starting in 2023, will the 3 California schools in the


Posted: Oct 1, 2019 10:35 AM
 

I'm not sure if they will change their tune closer to 2023, but so far I have heard that the California schools are not in favor of the law and want to stay under current NCAA rules.

What will be interesting is if the bigger schools (USC, UCLA, Stanford) try to side with the NCAA and some of the smaller schools come in and take some of the big time recruits to try to get ahead of the game.

It would be worth it for the smaller schools to risk missing the NCAA post-season to try to get some publicity and get ahead of the game.


Re: So, starting in 2023, will the 3 California schools in the


Posted: Oct 1, 2019 11:06 AM
 

Most of the schools you mentioned are state supported therefore they will have to comply with the law or sue the state to try to get out of it. This is going to be a mess if the NCAA doesn't take action soon. California currently want send any state employee's to the state of SC, due to our laws on transgender and abortion for any conferences ect., or to any other states that have similar laws. SC has reciprocated and want send any of ours out there either. So this could be scenario that could be used by other states which would hurt California much more as it concerns college football.


Re: So, starting in 2023, will the 3 California schools in the


Posted: Oct 1, 2019 11:35 AM
 

I'm not sure exactly how that will work.

The NCAA is a national governing body. I'm not sure state law trumps a national organization.

It's the same as the marijuana laws in legalized states. There are still federal laws that apply regardless of what the state allows.

I know the NCAA is not the federal government which is why I'm not sure how it will work with them.


Re: So, starting in 2023, will the 3 California schools in the

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Posted: Oct 1, 2019 11:06 AM
 

From what I've read, the bill only applies to schools with at least $10 million in rights fees, meaning Cal, UCLA, USC, and Stanford.

The smaller schools (Fresno State, etc.) would not be under the bill.

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So California fights discrimination

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Posted: Oct 1, 2019 11:09 AM
 

with another type of discrimination - the smaller schools should sue the bigots.

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Re: So California fights discrimination

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Posted: Oct 1, 2019 11:32 AM
 

That was my exact thought when I read his post.


Re: So California fights discrimination


Posted: Oct 1, 2019 11:54 AM
 

For what its worth, a state senator Illinois is thinking about introduceing a similar bill in the next session and try to make Illinois the second state to do this. These people just keep getting dumber. They all are trying to ruin college football. Want be any different than going to a pro game. Guess the next step will be high school football.

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Re: So California fights discrimination


Posted: Oct 1, 2019 12:05 PM
 

It's not just Illinois.

New York is working on legislation, Colorado is, Florida is.

Hell, South Carolina is. The one here is for the biggest schools to pay $5,000 a year stipends to revenue producing sports (Football and Basketball) and to allow athletes to receive compensation from sponsorships and autograph signings.

Colorado, New York, and South Carolina differ from the California bill in that it requires direct payment. California is solely for likeness, etc., with no direct payments from schools.

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