COA would hurt cash-strapped schools
The Joneses long ago abandoned the quaint neighborhood, pulled up stakes on the starter home and relocated to a soaring McMansion in the right zip code and the right tax bracket.
And so as everyone from talking heads to college administrators debate the merits of paying college athletes and just how that might be done in a less than unseemly way, the folks where the wells don't spew money merely shake their heads.
The latest idea sounds simple enough -- offer college ...
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