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"national college players association" Discussed on KGO 810
"KGO 8 10 Back to the Chip Franklin show with Chris Meryl filling in on KGO 8 10 friends were talking about the Pac 12 the Pac 12 football players. They're threatening a boycott if certain health and social justice demands are not met. And a color there before the before the break and I'd be happy to hear from you. 2 80 88 10 80 88 10 He said. He's he's frustrated with players making these different demands. And I just I've heard the have heard the arguments before. I don't dismiss the arguments. I think that they're legitimate. You know, as fans, they looked back and they get frustrated with with what's going on here. And so I don't wantto. Ah, I don't want to diminish the points of the caller made. But I do disagree with them. Okay, So please allow me to respectfully disagree. And here's why the the Pac 12 football players if you're joining us packed all football players. And a group of them have gotten together on a an online chat group, basically right? And they started this sort of movement. And according to Washington Post in the article that was written by Emily Jimbo, who our guest was, uh more than 400 packed off players part of a chat where conversations about this movement took place. It's unknown how many players would actually opt out or boycott the season if the demands are not met? Is unpaid college athletes continue to grasp the leverage they wield in this multibillion dollar industry. They have started to push for more rights and protections. Particularly now is the season nears. With the number of Corona virus cases still rising parts of the country. Many college football players have voiced concerns about the risks. Of playing in the doubts that the will value their safety over revenue. The National College Players Association. Eyes, offering some guidance to that movement. And they say business as usual in college sports is very abusive. That, combined with a pandemic is a total disaster, and CW's sports has failed. With players. I think there's just some desperation. They're really concerned about health and safety. From that, however, we also go from health and safety to social justice concerns. When Cal Berkeley players spoke with this National College Players Association representative About their concerns, returned to campus to play football during the pandemic. They were directed to a graduate student in a member of cows cross country team who helped compose a letter to the this year urging it to forgive a year of eligibility for athletes who had lost their spring seasons because the pandemic and it became part of the discussions that resulted in the statement. That was put out yesterday. Now what happened here is that spring sports got canceled. That's the devil. I was canceling a bunch of different spring sports. And so if you had seniors who ran cross country, for instance, Who is it? Right if you had seniors that were playing their last year of eligibility in college baseball. Is it? Sorry. Your season's cancelled. That's it. Who's the wait a minute? I should have another year of eligibility. Which seems fair to me, right? Seems You didn't use it. You didn't play. So why would you lose your eligibility? It seems it seems right to me. Initially three count athletes spoke about covert 19 the disease caused by the Corona virus. But the discussions quickly became more wide ranging. This college athletes who want to play a role in the conversations and protest about racial injustice. Within the athletic department. The financial divide between millionaire coaches and unpaid athletes was painfully stark. So what happens here is you get athletes from all the schools in the back 12? They start conversing about. Wait a minute. We're really feeling like pawns in this scheme. Feeling like like plans for these multi millionaires to make even more millions. And the compensation is You get to go to school. Now granted, that's that's cool. I mean, that's you know, there's a lot of value in the price of your education. There's a lot of value in that. No. There are scholarships to go out for all sorts of things. And these other things that the gardener scholarships are not money making. Right. You get scholarships for being a great artist. Well, that's a great artist. We want them to come to school. We're gonna offer them a scholarship. I had that I went to school for a theatre performance and I was not given a scholarship because I was not good enough. But somebody in my Somebody in my class got a full ride scholarship. Because they had great potential. It's a festival. Well, I can tell you that the theater department did not make money. It was not there. There's plenty of there are plenty of scholarships that go out to people because they They bring a different value to the school. Hey. I don't think that the compensation of a scholarship is equivalent to the amount that comes in the investment in a scholarship is next to nothing compared to what that player makes. For the school. Think of Aaron Rodgers when he was a quarterback right when Aaron Rodgers quarterback He brought fans. He brought attention. He brought Mohr television dollars. He brought Mohr to the cow system in general when he brought mortar, the Pac 12 He was a huge star, and his compensation was What What 30 40 grand a year in In scholarship. Obviously he's worth a lot more than that. He was worth a lot more than that to them. Now. I'm not saying that you have to pay him everything that he would bring into the school as how business works. We pay employees a certain amount of money. We expected that employees efforts are going to bring the business more money, right. That's just we get that I get that I get somebody has to pay the trainer. The trainer needs to earn a salary, and that means that the money that comes in is part of the entire program. Some of that is going to go to the train in the athletic trainer. Great That's cool. You're not going to pay Aaron Rodgers. Next big athletes are going to pay him $20 million a year. That would be silly, right? I get that. But the argument that while they make enough It just doesn't hold water to me. It doesn't When the school is selling. A Nike swoosh on a uniform and there Sonny a multimillion dollar deal with Nike to wear a swoosh on the uniform. That tells me that there's value to those athletes. There's value to the program has been built on the backs of those athletes. There's value to that. And I think that the players should have that valley recognized. Now one of the arguments that was made and this is this is one that I debate frequently, right? And I think about this often and that is the nonrevenue sports. Okay? Should the nonrevenue sports Be paid. And I have to tell you this is where a lot of people get upset with me. And I get it. You have every right to be upset with me. I don't think if you're a non revenue, sport, I don't think that you make a salary. I don't think that maybe there's a stipend, right? Maybe maybe. Okay. You know you're going to get your housing and you're going to get your scholarship and you're going to get a small stipend. But if you're a nonrevenue sports That's not unlike Mia's FSB in Being in theatre. All right. You're not bringing money in. You shouldn't be paid because your likeness isn't being used..
Ramogi Huma bashes proposed NCAA changes on athlete compensation
"The NC double A.'s latest move on paying athletes isn't impressing a former UCLA football player the NC double a is making news in baby steps saying they are now support permitting athletes the ability to cash in on their names images and likenesses as never before that just one day after UCLA's top basketball recruit reportedly decided not to attend school so he could get a paycheck can play in the NBA's G. league former UCLA football player remote G. home was a good executive director of the national college Players Association you go to you so it right now and your subject to dancers restrictions you don't have an opportunity to to really cash under value that players he may never make it to the NBA even if you go to doing so you have a certain amount of time by the time you make it to college you're already in the big business your deserve freedom to make money off of your own name image and likeness and to the extent of the injury continues to restrict that it will be it's only gonna be shooting itself in the foot it's the NC double a continues our current timeline their member schools won't even vote on the issue until next January and homo calls that
"national college players association" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Of in tourism dollars the national college Players Association a nonprofit group that advocates on behalf of college athletes said in a statement on Saturday that quote there should be a serious discussion about holding competitions without an audience present quote the NC double a which oversees college sports isn't doing enough to protect young athletes from the disease the group at a bus stop right there anybody's sniffing any fake news yet I mean you're talking about what is that is that basically the players union yes the Players Association okay is fake news to me already yeah I don't I because you're sick you are making people believe the college basketball players like we don't want to play in front of people we want to play to empty now the arenas I was gonna ask do they have one person on the record saying yeah I don't want somebody cheering me on no in the NC double a tournament they don't as a matter of fact this this statement from the Players Association said there should be a serious discussion about holding competitions without an audience present the first sentence says players the United states want to hold this year's March madness tournament in empty stadiums due to their coronavirus that's not true it's freaking fake news so tired of this and then it goes on with the NC double a talking about steps that they take to get ready for these tournaments then the next paragraph public health officials haven't said that people should avoid attending mass gatherings like sporting events but the U. S. centers for disease control prevention have are offered guidance on ways to curb the disease those include keeping hand sanitizer sinks with running water and soap on hand at large public venues as well as picking a space away from the general public to isolate someone who might exhibit symptoms and then it goes into let's see the next I know how many paragraphs about how much money it brings an and what cities are gonna be hosting tournament games LA New York City Cleveland St Louis ten other cities Players Association also said they should also make public which actions will be taken and when like what are you going to do about them what are you talking about what your hands have the stuff on hand what do you want them to do I don't I really don't know and again public health officials haven't said people should avoid attending mass gatherings like sporting events and this statement from the Players Association said there should be discussion about holding competitions no where have players said we want to play in front of empty stadiums now I feel like I'm losing my mind because I'm the only one irritated by this I mean no it's just it's part of a machine right you have to make people afraid of corona virus so it's gonna it's like Dick pound coming out last week in Salem galley every time Dick pound thank you with the IOC surgery may have to cancel the Olympics they're not going to cancel the Olympics for corona virus come on I know they're not gonna have I I could see attendance going down for March madness just because of the fear out there but I mean they're not gonna play to an empty arena no the thing is most people don't read these exhausting stories that are you know seventeen paragraphs they can hang through a little bit and they see the first couple paragraphs and you're left thinking man these players don't play in front of anybody that's open this is what you're telling you about it you have the thought the I would think get over it my gosh it's not that big a deal garden play but the players never said that right now you're saying it more they're making it sound like the players of the ones pushing back on this versus the other way around no one ever said it it's just a flat out frigging Linus got it okay mom let's what irritates me okay no you can't look the basketball's either by the way they will not be in locker rooms either because of the threat of staph infections thank you mmhm K. Mendis why everyone's freaking out because a crap like that and then what happened somebody gets old you year they might be plain front empty arenas March madness white man this must be crazy all right let's get to the fake meat David has the story about fake meat impossible foods you know they become really popular because well Burger King took them on that's a big client but they're having to slash the wholesale prices by fifteen percent now because just too expensive for people to buy it is not that good it's almost like people maybe tried it a couple of times and then that's about it the novelty wears off so it's getting cheaper because people aren't buying it yes we got that going for you it's more affordable yeah I've had a few people so you know it's not bad but it's not like real meat no it's not could you had it you know exactly how I like it but not when I want to burn okay election projection coming up you'll hear Bloomberg's bit and also part of what Bernie had to say today fighting back against.
"national college players association" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"What way I you know version of further on up the road health officials reporting a total of nine deaths now in the United States that's an increase from six on Monday the national three the latest deaths come from Seattle what else we got let's see here last count ninety three thousand I have grown a virus at some point fifty one thousand recovered three thousand have died some quick hits on corona virus March madness begins Tuesday March seventeenth and if the national college Players Association has it would sway there will be no fans in the crowd according to the national college Players Association there should be a serious discussion about holding competitions without an audience president and don't think that's gonna happen I don't need to die and let something just really explosive takes place Mariah Carey postponed the show I said Mariah Carey never mind advertisers don't seem concerned about the Tokyo Olympics NBC sports surpassed one and a quarter billion dollars in Olympic advertising sales and have sold ninety percent of its inventory still got five months to go there and charity pointed out Amazon some sellers on Amazon exploiting fears about the.
"national college players association" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"So not long ago. The Tokyo marathon was held. It went forward but it was held to just a few hundred elite runners. Tens of thousands who had registered were told to stay home and there were no spectators so it was held on mostly empty streets which was an eerie sight here in Japan. This is now what sports looks like an age of Corona virus. Typically it'll be tens of thousands of fans lining the streets to cheer on the runners right. How in comparison? Nobody is here and got me wondering. Do you think it's possible? The Olympics might proceed but there might not be fans or spectators allowed to watch. That's definitely an option and it's been we've seen it in some soccer games especially in Italy. I think before the bigger outbreak in Italy. We saw those kind of closed door events but yeah milly more than a million spectators usually go to the Tokyo marathon. It's one of the biggest ones in the world and they weren't there there. Were just two hundred runners on these quiet streets in the photos. Yeah they're very eerie. And I think it's certainly a possibility but I don't know the Olympics. This unifying thing in the world that lack of not having that I think is something that is weighing on the minds and it's not the best thing to think about Kelly along those lines. There's billions of dollars wrapped up in the Olympics. What would the financial impact be both Japan and the I o see if this was canceled or postponed so the official budget for the Olympics? This year was between I think it was upwards of twelve billion dollars but we've also seen estimates put north of twenty five billion but one expert. I talked to actually had something. Pretty interesting to say he said basically now all the construction spending is done and they expected the tourism revenue to be pretty big but tourism. Revenue is just one percent of Japan's GDP. So they weren't necessarily looking toward that even as such a big deal but you know. There's the television deals. There's the marketing campaigns. There are billions of dollars still at stake. You know obviously money is never more important than a life but that is something that's really also has to weigh on the minds right and then you also think of the money spent by the athletes and the teams in the countries and how much time and effort that they've been planning for the Olympics for years. Your story. This week is about the Olympics. But it's not the only major sporting event potentially affected by the Krona virus. We talked about the Tokyo Marathon. What other events and Games are being impacted by this around the world so sports are actually feeling the impact around the globe. It's not just Japan. The world indoor track and field championships later this month in March in China have been postponed. Soccer Games in Italy in China have been cancelled. Postponed played behind closed. Doors the Formula One actually. The Chinese Grand Prix in Shanghai scheduled for April has been postponed the LPGA had events in China Thailand and Singapore. Those have all been cancelled. So it's it's definitely impacting sports everywhere. Well what about in the US? I mean we're starting to see more cases here in multiple states. Do you think it's possible that major sporting events could also be cancelled in terms of here. I think it's been a little bit slower here but it could easily pick up in America like it has an Italy officials. Here are warning that really could happen. I think precautionary measures right now. Or just what we're hearing about you know here in the NBA. We had some reporting on. Espn about not shaking hands limiting signatures. Just doing fist bumps major league baseball just announced that they're not planning to cancel or postpone spring training or regular season games due to the corona virus but they do have an internal task force to deal with any no possible things that might arise from krona virus in the coming months. I know the NHL is doing some preparations. But I think right now. They're kind of keeping the surface level in about two weeks. March madness starts and so that means sixty teams in all of their fans all packing into basketball arenas watching these games and the National College Players Association actually suggesting that the NC double a. and the colleges that are going to be part of March madness seriously. Consider playing those games without the fans. Thanks so much Kelly. Thank.
Coronavirus fears shadow this year's March Madness
"Twitter should the NC double a tournament games known as March madness be played in front of zero fans only in front of television cameras because of concerns over the corona virus the national college Players Association has asked the National Collegiate Athletic Association the NC double a to consider holding March madness without an audience present due to the emerging corona virus threat is that of going overboard I don't think so in fact I think it's a bigger concern for the fans but it is for the players and for the rest of us if you understand that this disease is as we heard last night from doctors it sends people to the hospital substantially more often than the seasonal flu it also has a mortality rate that is substantially higher than the seasonal flu for anybody who tells me one more time this is just the like the seasonal flu yes it's just like the seasonal flu accepted send Jew to the hospital a lot more frequently than the seasonal flu and it kills people a lot more frequently than the seasonal flu other than that yeah there are somewhat similar and one of the little tidbits that I got out of last night's interview with a medical expert from what World Health Organization who is a doctor himself is that covert nineteen which is one of the corona viruses corona and for people to say well isn't sars the corona virus corona virus is a type of virus yes sars is in the corona virus family so is coded nineteen but one of the details he said that I had not seen in any of the other reporting I believe me I've read a truckload of the other reporting on this subject in the last two months now since this first emerged in early January is that in simple terms laid terms the seasonal flu likes your nose your throat your mouth and your guts that's where it likes to live coronavirus or cobit nineteen likes your lungs I mean different kinds of bacteria different kinds of viruses in this case like to live in different places where we're all familiar with the idea that there are certain kinds of bacteria and certain kinds of viruses it like different parts of your body to live in they like the environment the regular seasonal flu your nose your throat your mouth and your god covert nineteen likes your lungs and why is that important well because one of the side effects and we saw the very first man who came back from China we didn't know about covert nineteen dad the Chinese barely knew about it they only reported on the first of January but he came back to a place called Bellingham Washington and he had a dry cough for four days that's one of the harbingers of code nineteen is that dry coffee added for four days he finally went in for some medical care they said we're going to isolate you that guy went down hill for the better part of a week and he was already under medical care he ended up with pneumonia in both of his lungs and if you don't believe me I'm drawing that from the New England journal of medicine and a technical medical report on what happened in this guy's case so he goes to the hospital he finally gets out fourteen days later and he's recovered now why is that a concern when he entered the hospital they give a chest X. ray no no manana a few days later lower long pneumonia a few days after that both lungs pneumonia now that sounds like a fairly aggressive disease and the tidbit from the medical expert last night on this program saying covert nineteen likes to live in your lungs why is that important because it can turn into pneumonia and pneumonia can kill you and yes it's mostly attacking older people people above the age of seventy people with underlying health problems but it also goes after younger people as well as I pointed out the doctor in China I tried to warn the whole world about the problem and the Chinese government shut him down and kept him from speaking it was thirty five years old he got covert nineteen he's dead today his pregnant wife also got covert nineteen I don't know her status status at
"national college players association" Discussed on WDRC
"At all only on television because of the corona virus that's the request of the national college Players Association which releases statement encouraging the NC double a to consider holding March madness just over two weeks away now on the nineteenth through the twenty first with no audience present at all because of concerns about spread of corona virus or covert nineteen if you prefer welcome to the program if you want to jump into the best conversation and talk journalism eight six six A. Lars that's eight six six four three nine five two seven seven emails go to talk at Lars Larsen dot com lots of schools around our country allow biological boys who call themselves girls to compete with the girls real girls should states make it illegal to stop them from crushing the dreams of young girls democratic candidate started dropping like flies over the weekend and yesterday to indoors Joe Biden will have a big impact on uncle Joe's super Tuesday chances it's been a couple of months since the news broke about the corona virus outbreak what new information if we learned about this infectious disease you know I've been sharing some of that with you I'll ask our medical expert coming up a bit later on this hour and cast a vote in my Twitter poll you'll find it at Lars Larsen dot com on Twitter at Lars Larson show now when I ask a question before I go to your calls why was the Supreme Court so divided about prosecuting illegal aliens for stealing identity there was a decision today a divided Supreme Court in other words they came down on this five four decided that illegal aliens who steal somebody else's information when filling out tax forms for employment can actually believe it or not face criminal charges I know you had to go to the Supreme Court to find out whether or not illegal aliens should face criminal charges for using somebody else's information on their tax forms there are federal laws that some liberal judges claim should prohibit the prosecution this is what liberal judges are like they say oh no this law says the UK you can prosecute an American for putting false information on their taxes you cannot prosecute an illegal alien the immigration control and Reform Act makes it a federal crime to lie on the I. nine form now if you haven't had a brand new job recently you may not know what an I. nine form is that's the form that says here's my name here's my social security number citizens and green card or resident aliens have social security numbers illegal aliens do not so when illegal aliens get jobs and they thought I nine forms many times they're using somebody else's information it also limits how false information give me use the federal law also says that information contained in the I. nine can't be used by law enforcement other for some specified exceptions but the Supreme Court ruled that if workers use the same information they put on their I. nine on their tax document they can actually face charges believe it or not in this liberal world that had to be decided by the U. S. Supreme Court Bravo for them and why was that not a nine to nothing vote on that critical question let's go to Chris who heard us talking about drones recently and a caller had told me I wasn't aware of it did the FAA has apparently come down with some changes in the way that the drones that average folks by not professional grade drone aircraft but just drones the you buy at the this to a toy store hobby store wherever that those are going to be effectively outlawed limiting you even to you in the way you would use them in your backyard Chris welcome to the program what's on your mind.
NCAA has coronavirus contingency plan for March Madness
"Coronavirus now creating concerns for March madness the national college Players Association is calling on the NC double a to have this year's men's and women's basketball tournaments he played an empty venues to keep players at bay from falling victim to the growing
"national college players association" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Over the country taking action against the spread of the virus CBS's Meg Oliver says governors like Florida's Rhonda Sanders are warning health facilities to take extra precautions at the front lines of hospitals and nursing homes these assisted living facilities and nursing homes palm you absolutely need to take proper precautions about who's being allowed in those facilities some people are stockpiling supplies buying masks hand sanitizer water in paper products retailers warning there may be a shortage when people are in a panic they're going to buy as much of it in bulk and now the national college Players Association an athlete advocacy group is calling on the NC double a to consider holding March thirteenth now there is some good news to report China says new infections are slowing down only a hundred twenty five new cases in the last twenty four hours that's the lowest number of infection since the reports began can you imagine March madness with empty stadiums well as you heard because of the corona virus that might happen here would be cement Jimenez is invalid over this morning and he joins us live with the story good morning Tim good morning Carol yeah what if the Wildcats you know who are going to be in the NC double a turn it what if they do play in an empty building no fans in there yeah that's one idea as you heard that's being thrown out there by the player advocacy group the national college Players Association and the organization is suggesting this a potential outcome here for not just the men's tournament not for the men's championship turn it but for the moment women games as well as to protect the players in response the NC double a only has been saying that they are monitoring the outbreak in there keeping teams informed as for the NBA ESPN is reporting a legal memo is gone out to teams and they're suggesting that players not give fans high fives as they give them fits bombs now also being very careful with signing autographs and Portland trail Blazers star Lee high alum.
"national college players association" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"While staffers met to discuss the situation the French government has banned public gatherings of more than five thousand in response to the outbreak undeterred several hundred people ran the peers half marathon even though it was postponed as CBS news correspondent Danya Bacchus reporting and since March madness is about to take hold of the country the national college Players Association not a new union for those for unfamiliar but it's a nonprofit advocacy group well they put out a statement saying the NC double a and its colleges should protect athletes with extra precautions given the how the corona virus is spreading and as far as the national college Players Association is concerned precautions should include sanitizing buses and planes carrying the players yeah well the NC double a it's also they think cancel all meet and greet type of events that put players and fans in contact no precedence and should seriously talk about playing the men's basketball tournament games with no one in the stands all right we'll selection Sunday is in two weeks March fifteenth and the tournament starts that following week and on CBS's sixty minutes last night former New York City mayor and democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg talked about how this cove it nineteen outbreak hit Wall Street hard last week Wall Street does not do well with uncertainty and it's the worst thing is nobody knows how bad this is going to get I can just tell you in my company with splitting in all our big offices into two different buildings even if it's just a temporary thing if the flu does strike and strikes are employees it won't strike all them because we have to continue to provide a service a big part of Bloomberg news is providing financial data and info to companies and firms the billionaire presidential candidate has spent millions of dollars trying to get voters support as we now head into super Tuesday when a fifteen states in American Samoa all fifteen will be holding their primaries tomorrow it's four twenty two now let's get to authors talks then this week's podcast you were there too name of the new novel from Colleen Oakley a former freelance journalist was writing an article about sleep when she stumbled across a study about mutual dreaming when I came across a study I just kind of stopped because the study said that there was enough anecdotal evidence that plaintiffs could say that mutual dreaming was a real phenomenon and mutual dreaming it's when two people usually they're quite close siblings their mother and daughter are best friends go to sleep on the same night and share the same dreams start each other to hear more about this and you were there to the name of the book check out this week's EECS.
"national college players association" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Are concerns the deal may not hold on first name Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters should investors are keeping an eye on the federal reserve as they get ready to return to work after last week's massive stock selloff as we've been reporting president Donald Trump is calling on the fed to cut interest rates as the corona virus spreads we should have at least the same rates and ideally lower rates than other countries we should be paying more meantime after last week's eleven percent plus slide in the S. and P. five hundred index some money managers are looking at the long term stock investing environment and seeing opportunities to buy Deepak Mehra is head of investments at commercial bank of Dubai yes so it is very difficult to find these markers because we we are wealth managers have a look at the long term so I think these are great opportunities to buy fundamentally nothing has changed for the great companies in the U. S. I was interviewed on Bloomberg daybreak Middle East OPEC and its allies are working to counteract the slide in oil prices due to fears over the corona virus Russian president Vladimir Putin said today Russia is ready to cooperate with its OPEC plus partners to support the world oil market that's even though Russia is comfortable with current crude prices OPEC plus meets in Vienna March fifth and sixth Saudi Arabia is pushing for swift production cuts to compensate for the drop in oil demand to due to a coronavirus NYMEX crude was last quoted at forty four seventy six a barrel equity markets across the Middle East slumped after the worst week for oil prices since two thousand eight and as more cases of the corona virus were announced in the region the head of the national college Players Association says the NC double a may need to play March madness with no fence to protect college athletes from corona virus the advocacy group's executive director called for a serious discussion about holding competitions without an audience present global news twenty four hours a day on air and on QuickTake by Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Susanna Palmer this is Bloomberg broadcasting live.
"national college players association" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Weather station ten ten wins wins news time one thirty for the debate over pay for college athletes was front and center today on Capitol Hill where the Senate commerce committee held a hearing on the issue and the growing number of state laws that would allow athletes to earn incomes on their name image and likeness the NC double a and some lawmakers say differing state laws could create an on equal playing field between programs the national college Players Association executive director wrote Moby who ma says that inequality already exists college athletes should be forced to sacrifice their economic freedom and rights so the insane this card is can pretend that competitive equity exist while doing nothing about huge disparities in booster donations and athletic revenues it's unclear how new laws in California Florida and other states would be enforced and mesh together with current NC double a rolls which ban college athletes from making money off their name and image during his remarks to the Senate committee today association president mark Emmert said they may need some help from the federal government opening arguments today in the trial of a former Michigan State University gymnastics coach who has been tied to the case of doctor Larry Nasser a woman referred to as Jane GMS you Joe says she approached Michigan State University gymnastics coach Kathy quake is in twenty seventeen claiming she had been repeatedly molested by doctor Larry Nasser as a teenager in the nineteen nineties it was clay guess who recommended she see Nasser but clay is downplayed the concerns even warning that going public with a formal complaint could have major consequences Greg this is accused of lying to investigators during the Nasser investigation she faces up to four years in prison if convicted correspondent Ryan borough reporting the one hundred forty four the Westminster Kennel Club dog show crowns its best in show tonight at Madison Square Garden here is some of the contenders see above the black standard poodle who won the non sporting group but the Havanese took the toy group Bourbon the with it was named the top pound Conrad the Shetland sheepdog one the hurting category winners for the other three groups will be crowned tonight before the best in show is announced meantime pita is planning to protest they say dogs are bred for certain appearances causing painful and life.
"national college players association" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Senator Michael Bennet has put most of his hopes on remaining in the race on a decent showing today in New Hampshire Denver's three decades old ban on owning pit bulls is on the way out the city council voting seven to four last night to allow people ownership with certain licensing restrictions that don't apply to other dog breeds councilwoman Debbie your touch or take a believes the band is still needed I think the most compelling arguments about why I voted for this back then and we'll hope to keep this in place today is the severity of the injuries that are caused to people that are attacked by people the new licensing rules for pit bulls will go into a fact in three months the debate over pay for college athletes playing out today on the halls of Congress the Senate commerce committee holding a hearing examining that issue including the growing number of state laws that would allow athletes to cash in on their name image and likeness the national college Players Association executive director remote key who was says the laws are in response to an unjust system under armor is paying you so a two hundred eighty million dollars to require UCLA players to serve as walking billboards to advertise its apparel meanwhile the NCAA denies players third party compensation claiming is to protect players from forces of commercialization the NC double a and some lawmakers say different state laws could make it impossible for national organizations like the NC double a to operate in sports tonight the odds are at home against the Ottawa senators puck drop set for seven o'clock at the Pepsi center on Wall Street Dow Jones industrial average up forty three points nasdaq up sixty two and the S. and P..
"national college players association" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Bill headed together Newsome's test may soon give college athletes in California what many of them want the right to earn money for their images and endorsements it is argued those in favor of letting college athletes receive compensation only fitting because it has become a multi billion dollar business nothing to do with amateurism that word has been used to hammer players and keep them away from any kind of equitable share the pot. is executive director of the national college Players Association at the state legislatures making is definitely a step towards justice in allowing cut out the same equal rights and freedoms and economic protections that other students on campus enjoy the California residents not American citizens critics of the compensation idea argue it could lock out California universities from national championships Charles Feldman can extend seventy newsradio Alzheimer's disease has been linked to genetics and now U. S. C. Durrell science researcher is helping push for a new approach to study the disease Caleb finch tells can excited should look into how outside factors like air pollution diet even blood pressure contribute to outside she exposed arm idea comes from cancer research in an effort to look at all of the different combinations of environmental factors that might increase the risk of cancer instead of doing them one by one he says while learning how these outside factors can contribute to Alzheimer's doctors can better treat it and help people lower their risk of getting that horrible disease. coming up in just five minutes bottom of the hour can extend seventy newsradio they a latest on president trump's tracked him to clamp down on homelessness in California have more that story coming up at four thirty right now four twenty five. whether.
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"Three twenty two can extend seventy it could change the way California universities compete in sports championships and it involves a lot of money for California's college athletes potentially very good news they may soon be able to get financial compensation for the use of their images and names counter to the long held rules that the NC double a governing so called amateur athletes this is a fourteen billion dollar a year industry where you have multi billion dollar TV deals funding multi million dollar contracts. yes with the national college Players Association he's talking about new legislation expected to be signed by governor Gavin Newsom intro all players required to wear university logo's because their school struck a deal with the power company so they're actually walking billboards some critics of the idea that student athletes getting paid argue that it won't put California schools at a disadvantage Charles Feldman can extend seventy newsradio forty six years after eleven year old Terry Hollis was kidnapped and killed parts place of identified a suspect in the girl's murder chief eve Irvine will announce details of what they've learned at a news conference scheduled for later this morning house was kidnapped on thanksgiving day nineteen seventy two a body found dumped on a cliff by the ocean the next day. USA Durrell science researchers part of a team proposing a new approach to studying else timers disease and it causes Caleb finch tells can acts the goal is to look into how things look like as far as air pollution diet high blood pressure even other outside factors and how they may be connected to this disease. most of the risk factors for Alzheimer's disease are also risk factors for heart attack so the the real simple take home is that what's good for the heart is also good for the brain. he says by sending these factors much more to be learned about Alzheimer's and how to treat the rusty red ocean water dispenser enough and hadn't beach is a result of an algae bloom part with roundhouse aquarium on the Manhattan Beach pier explains to camp X. why this happens sometimes basically we don't get our normally northwest flow and the water stays calm and flat and in to get the hot sun behind it and that's a basically starts at algae blooms sometimes the sides can be toxic but says this one seems to be safe for marine life and people coming up at the bottom of the hour the latest on Donald Trump dealing with the situation as far as homeless in California right now three twenty five travel.
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"Nine twenty two one K. Alexa could change the way California universities compete in sports championships and balls a lot of money for California's college athletes potentially very good news they may soon be able to get financial compensation for the use of their images and names counter to the long held rules of the NC double a governing so called amateur athletes fourteen billion dollar a year industry where you have multi billion dollar TV deals funding multi million dollar contracts. yes with the national college Players Association he's talking about new legislation expected to be signed by governor Gavin Newsom into law you have players required to wear university logo's because their school struck a deal with the pro company so they're actually walking billboards some critics of the idea that student athletes getting paid argue that it won't put California schools at a disadvantage Charles Feldman can extend seventy newsradio hi U. S. C. neuroscience researchers part of a team proposing a new approach to studying Alzheimer's disease and its causes Caleb finch tells K. attacks the goal is to look at how things like air pollution diet high blood pressure and other outside factors are connected to the disease. most of the risk factors for Alzheimer's disease are also risk factors for heart attack so the the real simple they come is that what's good for the heart is also good for the brain he says by studying these factors much more can be learned about Alzheimer's and how to treat and prevent it then says this new approach will be similar to how scientists study cancer and what can cause it. the rusty red ocean water that's been seen off Manhattan Beach is the result of an algae bloom Eric Martin with Ron house a Korea on the Manhattan Beach pier explains the KFX why this happens sometimes basically we don't get our normally northwest flow and the water stays calm and flat and in to get the hot sun behind it and that's a basically starts that algae blooms he says sometimes these red times can be toxic but he says this one seems to be saying for marine life.
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"Korea's state media says the missile test was meant to be a solemn warning to South Korea this comes after South Korea confirmed plans to hold military exercises with the United States later this summer the north says those drills are rehearsals for invasion and proof of the allies hostility to Pyongyang five thirteen now a U. S. senator is calling on the N. C. A. A. to compensate student athletes Morgan write reports on how the argument is not just about money but the right to an education to me this is a civil rights issue to me this is an issue of fairness Connecticut senator Chris Murphy says college athletes aren't getting the education they deserve the NCAA's defense for why they don't compensate students well all the adults are getting rich is that the scholarship is good enough compensation but senator Murphy says college athletes are hardly even students when you are spending much of your time traveling all around the country promoting the brand of your school it doesn't leave much time left for school work and a panel discussion higher education officials and players had for kids spotlighted how college athletes spend more time on the field instead of the classroom that issue is the subject of Murphy's latest madness incorporated report some of the humor the president of the national college Players Association knows first hand the grind of being a college athlete and he says major reform is needed to stop the NC a a from de valuing education and valuing revenue the panel said one solution would be allowing college athletes to play their sport for time and go to school part time hi my name's on.