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VIDEO: ESPN basketball analyst Jay Bilas

Ball State wide receiver Willie Snead heads up field after making a catch against South Florida at Schuemann Stadium last season. ESPN's Jay Bilas says that intercollegiate athletes should be compensated. (File photo courtesy of Ball State athletics)
Ball State wide receiver Willie Snead heads up field after making a catch against South Florida at Schuemann Stadium last season. ESPN's Jay Bilas says that intercollegiate athletes should be compensated. (File photo courtesy of Ball State athletics)

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Former Duke player calls for compensation for student-athletes

Saturday, January 19, 2013 12:01 am
The topic of compensation for intercollegiate student-athletes is a heated one and there is no stronger advocate for athletes being able to receive monetary benefits than ESPN college basketball analyst Jay Bilas.

The former Duke basketball player was at Butler University's Hinkle Fieldhouse on Jan. 18, 2013 and spoke with News-Sentinel sports editor Tom Davis regarding the topic.

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For more on intercollegiate athletics, follow Tom Davis via Twitter at Tom101010.

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