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May 23, 2014 6:17 PM

NC labor group’s invitation to athletes an early step

SEANC’s decision to allow athletes to join comes amid a time of wide-ranging discussion about the rights of college athletes. The thought of compensating athletes beyond their scholarships – always a topic of debate – has gained momentum amid lucrative television rights contracts that have brought an infusion of money to college sports.

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