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COVID-19 exposes cracks in college football system Hill says

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The coronavirus pandemic is forcing college football administrators to address player treatment, as the debate rages over whether college athletes should play during the pandemic, and whether these unpaid student athletes are being treated more like employees in some cases. Sports journalist Jemele Hill joins Tiffany Cross to discuss.