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Tagliabue Suggests Financial Awards For College Players Upon Graduation

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 12 / 08 / 16

Former NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue called for academic scholarships that would pay college football and basketball players if they meet certain educational goals. Speaking yesterday to the '16 Learfield Intercollegiate Athletic Forum, Tagliabue, who serves on the Knight Commission on Intercoll...

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