The rise of minor leagues for professional football and basketball are not far off. If student-athletes continue to win some other consequences might arise:
-universities will end scholarship support for many athletes in 'secondary sports' like hockey, lacrosse, golf, volleyball, etc.
-student employees will be forced to retain academic standing, or else run the risk of being suspended or terminated
-healthcare costs could be pushed back onto mom and dad, just like it is for regular collegians
-schools will offer incentive bonuses for those athletes who graduate, and more for those who graduate in four years, much to the chagrin of the 'one and done' players who will leave a lot of $$ on the table by leaving early
-big time jocks will be more segregated from the regular student body, in part for their own protection from those dissatisfied with their game-day performance
-football guys beating up their girlfriends will face big monetary losses in court, and risk jail time, with the removal of protection from their coaches and schools