Arian Foster Burns NCAA On Twitter Over March Madness


Arian Foster believes the NCAA will win March Madess

Arian Foster took time out of his busy Wednesday to burn the NCAA when asked by a fan what team would win March Madness.

Foster, who recently returned to the social network, said the NCAA would win the tournament, raking in billions of dollars while only giving the players trophies.

To a certain degree Foster is right. It is illegal to pay college athletes for putting their bodies on the line for their sport. The rule has become controversial as the NCAA rakes in money by the barrel full without giving any of it back.

Arian Foster didn’t feel like he had to hold back on Twitter when asked about his March Madness bracket:

Foster’s answer is much more political the Barack Obama’s, who picked Michigan State to beat Florida in the championship.

Arian Foster may not have said what the NCAA wanted, but that’s his right as a public figure. Now the question is does he take the fight past Twitter, or is he content with his social media jab?

[Photo Credit: AJ Guel Photography]


Scott Croker

Scott Croker grew up writing short stories and watching sports. It was only fate his two loves would combine into a life of sports writing. He grew up in the great sports city of San Francisco and currently resides in LA, which is just a football team away from being complete. As he has gotten older he has realized that there is not much more in life he needs to be happy than a TV and laptop, although going to games is nice too.

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