Tim Tebow weighed in on whether college athletes should get paid and said he thinks there might be a way to find a “middle ground” on the issue.
“We don’t want to turn college football into the NFL,” the 32-year-old former NFL quarterback shared Wednesday during his appearance on “Fox and Friends,” according to Fox News.
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“I try to see both sides,” the 2007 Heisman Trophy winner added. “I’d love to come to a middle ground where we can put together TV money and give them stipends and support them.”
The former NFL QB said he worries paying college athletes is going to completely change the game.
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“Here is one of the issues, I think, if you get to paying them for their name and likeness, is where does it stop,” Tebow asked. “Does it go to high school, does it go to Pop Warner? Are you continuing to have agents all in the game?”
“I want to be able to balance both of those,” he added....