College athletes and compensation - NIL, Alston v NCAA, etc 💰

Interesting. Didn’t know about that.

Actually P6 as the Big East - plus TNT - listed among the defendants:

https://x.com/WinterSportsLaw/status/1808003694056624148

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Im just about ready to pull the plug on all of this.

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I guess we should have known something like this was going to happen when we have people in this world listing their job as “Youtuber Influencer”, making more money than me, a lot more. When is the “Fab 5’s” lawsuit coming out, if it hasn’t already?

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Speaking of influencers:

https://x.com/McCannSportsLaw/status/1808126101706661956

https://x.com/samcehrlich/status/1808271637349126550

https://x.com/RossDellenger/status/1807821624424456400

https://x.com/RossDellenger/status/1807821640769663430

So 82% of NIL comes from a source that was never supposed to be allowed because it’s pay for play, not true NIL. Who would’ve ever thought NIL could end up like this.

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https://x.com/dennisdoddcbs/status/1808631101969125732

I hate what college sports has become.

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And, ironically, UO is being sued by some of their own S-As over NIL.

clt says it cannot be unlimited NIL

Haha I said when this started it couldn’t be regulated and Phil knight would just buy Oregon titles and here we are.

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power remake GIF

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College sports will now have a handfull of mega millionaires and billionaires who can not join the good ol boy pro ownership club now buying college championships. Hell it might be a bigger prize if the competition is more intense without salary caps or contracts.

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I don’t want any of this.

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