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Two members of U.S. House introduce bill regarding NCAA athletes' name, image and likeness

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Congressmen, including former Ohio State and NFL player Anthony Gonzalez, address controversial way of allowing more money to reach college athletes.
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Congressmen, including former Ohio State and NFL player Anthony Gonzalez, address controversial way of allowing more money to reach college athletes.
on September 24, 2020 • USATODAY.com

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