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S."President Trump sparked national controversy on Friday night when he said NFL owners should "get that son of a b**ch off the field" if a player is not standing for the flag as way of showing protest against police brutality.

So you know what caused me to do a 180 on the issue?That $11 billion deal -- OK, it's $10.8 billion to be exact -- between the NCAA and CBS/Turner Sports for March Madness between 20.We're talking $11 billion for three weekends of television per year.That's right, football and men's basketball players get paid; lacrosse, field hockey, softball, baseball, soccer players get nothing. Using the inability to distribute the funds equally as an impediment is an excuse, a rather intellectually lazy one at that.Nothing about the way hundreds of millions of dollars is distributed is equitable or even fair.The NFL has shown degrees of patriotism at different times such as after 9/11, but as Sen.

Jeff Flake (R-AZ), noted in 2015, “Those of us go to sporting events and see them honoring the heroes; you get a good feeling in your heart.

Prior, the national anthem was played in the stadium but players had the option of staying in the locker room before heading out to the field.

Furthermore, teams that showed "Veteran's Salutes" during games were paid upwards of $5.1 million.

Let me declare up front I wouldn't be the slightest bit interested in distributing the funds equitably or even paying every college athlete. The most distinguished professor at the University of Alabama won't make $5.9 million in his entire tenure in Tuscaloosa; Nick Saban will make that this year.

I'm interested in seeing the people who produce the revenue share a teeny, tiny slice of it. So I don't want to hear that it's "unfair" to pay the quarterback of Alabama more than all the sociology students in the undergraduate college.

Then to find out they’re doing it because they’re compensated for it, it leaves you underwhelmed.