|Field Goal %||39.4||43.9|
|Three Point %||42.9||44.4|
|Free Throw %||58.3||87.5|
By a 39-0 vote, California's state Senate voted Wednesday to pass the Fair Pay to Play Act. The bill now moves to California Gov. Gavin Newsom, who will have 30 days to decide whether he will sign it into law.
The California State Assembly voted 73-0 in favor of the proposed law known as the Fair Pay to Play Act. The legislation would make it possible for college athletes to accept endorsement money.
Missouri's Jordan Roundtree shares her thoughts on how much of an impact Romona Miller had on her experience at Kirkwood High School.