Novel concept - pay student/athletes for academic performance!

When ESPN reported in early April that only 22 of the 130 institutions that compete at the FBS level in college football plan on providing financial academic awards to their athletes this academic year, following the Supreme Court’s unanimous ruling in NCAA v. Alston , one could assume that the Southeastern Conference was leading the way in paying its athletes. Nine of the 22 schools that responded to ESPN’s voluntary survey that they have plans to provide academic awards this year compete in the SEC, while two others — Oklahoma and Texas — are set to join the conference in the next few years.Complete Article - Extra Points