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The words "revolutionary" and "game-changing" are prominent in the aftermath of Wednesday's ruling by a federal agency that college athletes at Northwestern University are school employees and can form a union. The SEC had this to say:
"Notwithstanding today's decision, the SEC does not believe that full time students participating in intercollegiate athletics are employees of the universities they attend," commissioner Mike Slive said in a written statement.
Former South Carolina defensive tackle Kelcy Quarles came out against the idea of college football players unions.
Elsewhere in the South, spring practice and NFL scouting continued as if the earth had not spun off its axis.
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Kentucky redshirt freshman OL Jordan Watson has quit football.
Tennessee still has a question mark at kicker.
The words "revolutionary" and "game-changing" are prominent in the aftermath of Wednesday's ruling by a federal agency that college athletes at Northwestern University are school employees and can form a union.