After the Dartmouth decision, the NCAA is likely to either accept professional athletes or accept that their are done as an arbiter of college athletics.Bottom line, NCAA is a training ground for professionals, not en mass professionals during their college days. How many commercials point out the he percentage of college players that EVER play pro sports. To push that envelope would likely force a separate division for the top players. The salaries for the bottom half of the 85 counters on 80% of the teams would probably not break even with the amateur model.
You have not been able to provide housing to employees since the late 70’s. Uncle Sam wants his cut. That used to be a staple in the apartment industry. Would be a good study to see the differentials in housing costs by school in player’s calculations when being recruited.
I bet a few lower court rulings will go that route, but the requirement to allow OUTSIDE income in the amateur model by the big court is what it is, no more.
The very presence of D3 sports is a big logic problem.