Paying NCAA players

What if I set up an organization that collected money for college basketball players and then paid them out when they left the NCAA.  It would work like this:

  • An account is set up for each player in the NCAA.
  • Fans can donate to a player or an entire team.
  • Once a player leaves the NCAA, I write them a check for the full balance of their account.  They can do whatever they want with the money.

Not that I would, but how could the NCAA stop me from doing this?

Cheers.

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Posted on April 15, 2014, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. First of all, you need to write a retrospective about your entry in the Kaggle Contest.

    But on this topic, why would the NCAA care? You can already send a player a check after he leaves school without any repercussions. I suppose if you set it up so that a player would only get paid if he went to a particular school, or stayed an extra year, or something along those lines, the NCAA would have to try to figure out some kind of action.

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