Agree completely. This is a business, almost completely abstracted from education. I wonder if, given the choice, would student athletes prefer to keep current facilities and get paid - say 85 scholarship players split 5% return from $85M - so $50k/player/year (not drawing down principal). Not saying that would be better (me having $50k as a college kid would’ve been a problem). Anyway, these types of projects simply move athletes further from being students (and from other students).