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Houston Texans RB Arian Foster admits that he took money while at Tennessee in a documentary titled "Schooled: The Price of College Sports."
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Coming off 2 straight come from behind wins the Houston Texans have the 1-1 Baltimore Ravens next on their schedule. The Super Bowl champs will be looking to come out and get a win on their home field. This rebuilt Ravens team hasn’t looked as good as they were last season on offense or defense, and the Texans will be looking to show they’ve closed the gap between themselves...
Texans running back Arian Foster admitted in a documentary called Schooled: The Price of College Sports that he took money at the University of Tennessee.
“I don’t know if this will throw us into an NCAA investigation — my senior year, I was getting money on the side,” said Foster. “I really didn’t have any money. I had to either pay the rent or buy some food. I remember...
Johnny Manziel might have become the poster child of the "should college football players get paid" argument this summer, but it's comments coming from a player a could hours south of College Station today that are drawing new headlines.
Houston Texans running back Arian Foster admitted to accepting money during his senior season at the University of Tennessee in a...
Earlier today, Houston Texans running back Arian Foster came out of nowhere and told the world that he was paid while attending the University of Tennessee — Foster was doing an interview for the “Schooled” documentary that will appear on Epix.
This evening, Tennessee AD Dave Hart has issued a response to Foster’s claims:
Tenn AD Dave Hart re Arian Foster: “We can’t...
Oh boy. Well, an admission like this should come as no surprise coming from Houston Texans running back Arian Foster. Not because he's a shady person now, but because he has always been the type of guy that is going to speak his mind regardless of what popular opinion is.
While he may have a good point in why he has admitted to taking money in college I can't help but...
Former Tennessee running back Arian Foster said he "took money on the side" during his senior year while playing for the Volunteers.
The current Houston Texans star discussed his disdain for the NCAA's amateurism rules during a four-hour interview for an upcoming documentary called Schooled: The Price of College Sports.
Sports Illustrated obtained a video preview...
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. -- Houston Texans running back Arian Foster says in an upcoming documentary he accepted money his senior year at Tennessee.
"Honestly, I don't know if this will throw us into an NCAA investigation, but my senior year I was getting money on the side," Foster says in the EPIX documentary. "I really didn't have any money. I had to either...
An interesting story is developing involving Houston Texans RB Arian Foster and what he says he did while at the University of Tennessee.
And mind you, we agree with him, but he's setting off a bit of a debate.
Foster, in an interview for a documentary called "Schooled: The Price of College Sports", admits that he and several of his teammates...
Many believe that Student Athletes should be getting paid for their services, as they make enormous amounts of money for their programs, only to get very little out of it. Some believe that they shouldn’t be getting paid, as a free ride to school is well worth the trade in the long run. In a piece written by Damon Jackson of the Gridiron Tribune, he writes that the NCAA is a corrupted...
Houston Texans running back Arian Foster is the latest professional athlete to admit that he took improper benefits while in college. Those benefits ranged from taking cash to asking his coach at Tennessee to buy him some food. In an upcoming EPIX documentary that discusses the growing issue of whether or not collegiate athletes should […]
Former Tennessee coach Phillip Fulmer says he wasn't aware of Houston Texans running back Arian Foster ever receiving money during his college career.
''As the head coach at Tennessee for 17 years, I took great pride in having a program that was NCAA compliant, as did our staff and administration,'' Fulmer said in a statement released to the Associated Press...
Tweet For years, many have rallied for collegiate athletes to be compensated for the millions of dollars that they generate for the NCAA, to no avail. Current Houston Texans running back Arian Foster is one who believes college players should be paid, and uses his own experience of taking money to eat while starring for […]
Stop me if you've heard this before: A former college athlete admits to receiving money while in college.
This time it was current Texans running back Arian Foster, who copped to getting money while at the University of Tennessee .
Well, these sorts of admissions usually come with some type of backlash, but never really the likes of this:
@GreggDoyelCBS When they put their...
Arian Foster’s confession that he accepted money while playing college football at Tennessee led to more debate about the NCAA and if it should pay athletes.
It also led to extreme outrage.
ESPN college basketball analyst Dick Vitale was among those who thought Foster was in the wrong for his actions.
On Twitter he likened the Texans running back to a prostitute saying that...
Houston Texans running back Arian Foster says he was forced to take money during his time at the University of Tennessee to pay for various living expenses. In an upcoming EPIX documentary entitled Schooled: