The state of California is working on passing a law that will allow college athletes to be compensated for their name, likeness and image. Although the NCAA has formed a committee to discuss possibly do the same across the country, NCAA President Mark Emmert threatened the state that passing the law through would prevent California from competing for and hosting championship contests.

Steve Berkowitz of USA Today joined The Game with Ryan Fowler to break down the conflict between the NCAA and California's likeness law.

Berkowitz also touched on where do athletic departments make the bulk of their revenue, tax laws affecting school donations, high ticket prices, the revenue comparison of college football and basketball, and much more.

For more of Steve Berkowitz's thoughts on, make sure you watch the video above the article. Don't miss The Game with Ryan Fowler weekday afternoons from 2-6 p.m. for all the latest news, breakdown and analysis surrounding the Alabama Crimson Tide.