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Cardale Jones Voices Displeasure With NCAA: ‘Athletes Are Exploited’

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Cardale Jones shared his two cents on the NCAA and how it “exploits” athletes.


Count former Ohio State quarterback Cardale Jones among those who believe the NCAA is a sham.

On Monday morning, Jones used Twitter as a platform to voice his opinion on the governing body of collegiate athletics, taking specific aim at the notion that the NCAA can make money off of athletes but not vice versa.

Jones’ comments come on the heels of the NCAA’s decisions to ban satellite camps and deregulate electronic communication between coaches and recruits (i.e. text messages, social media, etc.). Two moves that are head-scratching.

Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer weighed in on both rules changes on Monday, calling the latter, “the most ignorant thing I’ve ever heard in my life.”

Fellow Big Ten coach Pat Fitzgerald voiced his disappointment on the former last Friday, echoing the sentiment that nixing satellite camps hurts less-heralded recruits.

Jones is entering the 2016 NFL Draft after two roller-coaster years with the Buckeyes. He’s projected to be a late-round pick.

MORE: Top-Flight Recruit Ready To “Work Hard For OSU”

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