I am not taking a position against the potential for a College Players Union, simply asking a question since it is not mentioned in the other major thread on the board.
If the players organize, they are surely paying dues to the Union. For those dues, a player or team or conference would expect proper representation for their causes. If that is the case, what would prevent the local Pac-12 union affiliate from going on strike for more bowl tie-ins? Maybe the SEC teams strike simply because they want a larger stipend than any other conference due to their perceived value. As a season ticket holder would you support our team going on strike and not playing games? Maybe some reasons would seem more valid while others not. Maybe NW players walk out until they get a practice facility comperable to Michigan's and simply don't play their scheduled conference game with us.
It is a hypothetical arguement that is not completely unrealistic. Interested in opinions from the board since I already heard it from the barstool last night.