Donkey of the day is former NFLer Tim Tebow. Tebow was on ESPN’s “First Take” with Stephen A., Max and Molly the other day and was asked about the “Fair Pay to Play Act” that was passed by the California Senate last week. The bill states that college athletes have the right to be paid for the use of their name, likeness, and image without being punished by the NCAA.

According to Sports Illustrated.

Tebow went on a passionate rant against the California legislation during which he said, “I feel like I have a little credibility and knowledge about this because when I was at the University of Florida, I think my jersey was one of the top-selling jerseys around the world. It was like Kobe, LeBron and then I was right behind them. I didn’t make a dollar from it and nor did I want to because I knew going into college what it was all about.

“I knew going to Florida, my dream school, where I wanted to go, the passion for it and if I could support my team, support my college, support my university, that’s what it’s all about. But now, we’re changing it from ‘us’ from ‘we’ from ‘my university’ from being an alumni where I care, which makes college football and college sports special, to then, ‘OK, it’s not about us. It’s not about we; it’s just about me.'

Tim Tebow sounds like he is in with the colleges, why should the college make money off of free labor? People shouldn't be forced to do it for love when Universities make billions off of these players.

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