College leaders plan a crackdown on NIL collectives

WhoISthis

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We’re going to need a higher table if pushing this back under.

We need to stop trying to confine big business to the amateurism model. If Johnson vs NCAA rule employe status, it gets easier to have regulated compensation like all other big business sports entities

It’s more important that there’s an association with the universities, aka students, than they continue to get illiquid compensation. I’d rather they improve that association than think we can prevent players from getting paid. The taking online classes and living in a different state for all but in-season, and transfer rules, are more a threat to the product
 

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Little too late for those in power to start giving a **** now. Should of been doing something right after the Supreme Court made their decision regarding NIL.

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paintnip

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At this point, there is no harm in the NCAA pushing back. They can push and see how far the courts let them go.
They probably will opt to save the legal $$ & make some bs rules with obvious loopholes. Boosters don’t have to recruit when an agent can legally do it for em. O ya agents approved by the ncaa
 

madguy30

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NCAA - no cajones at all

What can they do?

Maybe campaign to get public opinion loud and clear but I'm also guessing most people don't want mega conferences and college athletics getting less interesting.