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College Football / Player Organization #195182

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Jan 27, 2001
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(New York: Andy Serwer) The move by college football players to organize to get a share of the sports money featured; details given of the push for increases in living expenses and better insurance coverage. [University of California at Los Angeles football player Jason STEPHENS - outlines his busy day.] [Former player Remoge KUMAH - says we need to get the athletes' basic needs met.] [Syracuse University Chancellor Kevin SHAW - says the issue is are the players employees or student athletes.] The university view of the high cost of college athletics programs noted.

Brown, Aaron;
Serwer, Andy

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