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Hey Nike, Support Student Athletes

A former college football player says the company can make a difference.
Zion Williamson’s knee injury won’t stop him from being drafted first overall in June.

THE INJURY SUSTAINED by Duke University basketball star Zion Williamson—after his Nike shoe ripped apart on the court—renewed the debate over whether elite student athletes should risk their bodies playing in college when they stand to make

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