Name, Image, likeness (NIL) to Change how Collegiate Sports will Operate

The NCAA Division I Board of Directors approved an interim name, image, and likeness (NIL) policy for collegiate football and other sports after the Supreme Court antitrust ruling last week. For collegiate football athletes, the NIL allowed them to profit …

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NCAA COVID-19 Restrictions Lifted, Coaches Start Recruiting in Person

Collegiate sports coaches have started in-person scouting again after the NCAA lifted the COVID-19 ban. Since the start of the pandemic, the NCAA mandated a quiet period that lasted for 15 months. During the quiet period, coaches were banned from …

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SCOTUS Rules that the NCAA may not Limit Education-Related Benefits for Student-Athletes

The United States Supreme Court has unanimously ruled that the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) cannot limit education-related benefits that schools may offer to student-athletes, on Monday. The Supreme Court ruled that the limit on benefits that student-athletes may receive …

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Florida House Passes Bill Banning Transgender College Students From Women’s Sports

The Florida House of representatives passed the “Fairness in Women’s Sports Act” banning transgender students from women’s college sports in a vote Wednesday with 77 votes in favor and 40 against. After a over 90-minute debate, the Florida House passed …

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Former UNC Athletes Join Marketing Deal to Profit From Their Tar Heel College Days

The Brandr Group (TBG) launched a licensing deal that allows former athletes at University of North Carolina to share profits from merchandise featuring their names and likeness. Over 100 former athletes from UNC have joined TBG’s program, including Philadelphia 76ers’ …

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Former UNC Athletes Join Marketing Deal to Profit From Their Tar Heel College Days

The Brandr Group (TBG) launched a licensing deal that allows former athletes at University of North Carolina to share profits from merchandise featuring their names and likeness. Over 100 former athletes from UNC have joined TBG’s program, including Philadelphia 76ers’ …

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Alabama Lawmakers Considering Bill That Would Allow Pay for College Athletes

Alabama joined over 20 other states by introducing a bill allowing college athletes to be paid. The bill would allow college athletes in the state to receive compensation for their name, image and likeness, and would take effect July 1 …

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