The college athlete compensation debate continues as more states allow players to profit

By Ben Rappaport and Zach Engler

This week, South Carolina became the latest state to pass “name, image and likeness” legislation for college athletes. The bill would allow college athletes to be paid to endorse products, monetize their social media accounts and profit from their services.

Carolina Connection’s Ben Rappaport and Zach Engler discuss what this could mean for North Carolina college athletics.

They also talk about both the men’s and women’s lacrosse team as they participate in the ACC Tournament.

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