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First Take’s Stephen A. Smith challenges Charles Barkley’s comments about the FBI’s investigation of the NCAA.

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  1. Yet FBI didn't investigate the banks rigging Libor , gold, and currency markets which vastly affects your life on a daily basis. Your tax dollars hard at work worrying about college sports instead of your ability to feed your families or buy a home….

  2. The only reason the FBI is involved is because there are millions of dollars changing hands and the govt. is not getting a cut, so it has now become a target. It’s what the govt. does when they feel things are getting too big to control. IE “war on drugs”

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  4. Another option would be to just lose the 1 and done rule so players could go straight to being pro or just let the players make endorsments when they play for college, not even letting them do that is foolish

  5. The NCAA is sharecropping 2.0. They are primarily exploiting football and basketball for huge paydays. The FBI is only there to make sure the kids don’t get paid and punish those who pay them. This can only be solved if the student athletes unionize. Let’s face it, the NCAA is a corporate conglomerate that takes advantage of slave labor athletics under the guise of education.

  6. The players should be paid between $10,000 to $100,000 depending on their skills and academic achievements. Especially for kids who come from poor backgrounds, they have nothing and these mostly rich WHITE men profit off these kids. Let's be fair and honest with these kids

  7. The whole institution not paying players I don't mind since they get full scholarships. What I can't understand is this whole amateur status bullshit. If a player can make a name for himself that shouldn't disqualify him from being able to play college basketball. Not paying kids based on the money you make from them is pretty bad enough, but to prevent them from cashing in on their fame when you the NCAA are making millions off these kids is just straight sinful.

  8. Steven and Max hosting and mostly running First Take is great with the opposing connections and agreements concerning the topics talked about involving media sports related issues and successes they have had and have currently. Max even beats the previous show topic commentator host on the show Skip. Skip show sucks in my personal opinion from watching, and his co-host does too.

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