(9) The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) will suspend its long-standing policy of amateurism and approve revolutionary new rules allowing college players to profit by selling their names, images, or likenesses (NIL).
The change was largely forced on the organization because of laws passed by several states that allow players to be paid for their NIL. The laws are scheduled to go into effect on July 1.
The NCAA would have been faced with the prospect of allowing some college athletes to receive remuneration for their NIL while other athletes would have been forbidden from doing so. As a result, the […]
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