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The power schools will use their money to do things for athletes others can't afford. They'll give them full cost of attendance scholarships. They'll feed them better. They'll probably, in some manner, allow them to be advised by agents. Those things are all good. They were happening before lawyers with dollar signs in their eyes started filing lawsuits.

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