Thank you for participating in our Future of Sports event, "Future of College Sports: Reimagining Athlete Pay." We are interested in your thoughts on the question: What if college athletes were permitted to receive sponsorship money in exchange for the use of their name, image and likeness? Please share your perspectives below. Your comments will help inform the Aspen Institute in future content on this subject. Note that in select cases, we may cite your name, title and affiliation.

Tell us who you are

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* 1. Tell us who you are

How did you participate in our Future of College Sports event?

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* 2. How did you participate in our Future of College Sports event?

Do you think NCAA athletes should be permitted to receive money from outside sponsors for the use of their name, image and likeness?

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* 3. Do you think NCAA athletes should be permitted to receive money from outside sponsors for the use of their name, image and likeness?

Why do you support or not support NCAA athletes making money off their name, image and likeness?

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* 4. Why do you support or not support NCAA athletes making money off their name, image and likeness?

What is your thought on whether the NCAA, conferences and/or universities should have some control over outside payments for athletes?

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* 5. What is your thought on whether the NCAA, conferences and/or universities should have some control over outside payments for athletes?

If athletes were allowed by the NCAA to make money off their name from third parties, what do you see as the implications on the following?

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* 6. If athletes were allowed by the NCAA to make money off their name from third parties, what do you see as the implications on the following?

Which scenario do you think is most likely to unfold by the year 2025, as court decisions, player activism, public sentiment, congressional involvement and other factors possibly evolve?

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* 7. Which scenario do you think is most likely to unfold by the year 2025, as court decisions, player activism, public sentiment, congressional involvement and other factors possibly evolve?

Rank, in order, the groups that bear the most responsibility in evolving athlete compensation.

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* 8. Rank, in order, the groups that bear the most responsibility in evolving athlete compensation.

What do you think public reaction would be if NCAA athletes boycotted games while seeking a share of money?

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* 9. What do you think public reaction would be if NCAA athletes boycotted games while seeking a share of money?

What do you think the public reaction would be if Congress provided a limited antitrust exemption to the NCAA preventing athletes from being paid?

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* 10. What do you think the public reaction would be if Congress provided a limited antitrust exemption to the NCAA preventing athletes from being paid?

If college sports allowed athletes to make money off their name from third parties ...

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* 11. If college sports allowed athletes to make money off their name from third parties ...

Any other comments?

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* 12. Any other comments?

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