Leaders from each of the NCAA Student-Athlete Advisory Committees sent letters to Congress on Monday supporting legislation to guide the future of college sports. The groups voiced their support for potential legislation with more discussion taking place on Capitol Hill in recent weeks, including the White House hosting its own College Athlete Day on Monday.
The letters highlight topics like name, image and likeness protections for college athletes and their families; ensuring student-athletes do not become employees of their universities; providing a pathway for the NCAA to govern college sports without the threat of litigation; and preempting state law to provide a uniform playing field for student-athletes.
The Division I, III and III Student-Athlete Advisory Committees represent more than 520,000 college athletes at 1,100 member schools.
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