The debate on whether student-athletes should be able to have endorsements is heating up with the California bill that passed allowing endorsements. The “Fair Pay to Play Act” allows college athletes to be paid for the use of their name, likeness, and image without any punishment.

Tebow goes on a rant below about how he’s a purist when it comes to college sports. He says he was happy to see his much-coveted jersey sold without earning a penny from it:

Tebow goes on to say his love of the game and going to the college of his choice was enough for him:.

@TimTebow passionately expresses his thoughts on the California Senate passing a bill allowing student-athletes to have endorsements.

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We’d like to know your thoughts on this. Should college sports stay pure with endorsements or do the players deserve as piece of the pie?


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