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nlrb
October 4, 2021

NLRB Says Private College Football Players Can Unionize

According to the top lawyer from the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), college football players and some other athletes in revenue-producing sports at private universities are employees of their schools, thus allowing those players to unionize a...


nft
September 20, 2021

Pac-12 Announces NFT Marketplace for College Athletes

Pac-12 Networks has announced a new content licensing partnership with RECUR, the technology company that designs and develops on-chain experiences allowing fans to buy, collect and re-sell digital products and collectibles (NFT), and leading artifi...


nil
September 20, 2021

TCU’s Patterson: ‘Keep Pace with NIL Deals or Risk Losing Players’

The Southeastern Conference (SEC) is already considered to be the best play to get noticed by professional scouts if you're a collegiate football player. With its lucrative TV deals and access with top sponsorship partners, keeping up with the Power ...


a-10
August 23, 2021

A-10 Conference Teams with NIL Support Software

The Atlantic-10 has inked a multi-year partnership with industry-leading content and compliance software company INFLCR. The agreement will provide all A-10 institutions with the resources and technology necessary to support their student-athletes' o...


profits
August 3, 2021

CIF Allows NIL Profits for High Schoolers

The recent interim adoption of name, image, and likeness (NIL) rules by the NCAA has already muddied the waters for soon-to-be collegiate student-athletes on whether they can earn NIL profits at the high school level. Earlier this week top high sc...


nil
July 13, 2021

NFHS: NIL Doesn’t Extend to High School

The National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) executive director has spoken out on what the NCAA's implementation of NIL means for high school student-athletes. Spoiler alert: it means nothing. Dr. Karissa Niehoff recently pe...


auriemma
July 7, 2021

Geno Auriemma Weighs In on New NCAA Rule

With the NCAA adopting new interim policies regarding student-athletes to profit off their name, image, and likeness, industry leaders are weighing in on what it could mean for the future of their respective sports. Take UConn women's basketball h...


barstool
July 6, 2021

Barstool Sports Signs Large Number of College Athletes

In its typical fashion, Barstool Sports, a hybrid sports and pop culture media company, made a big splash into the collegiate student-athlete endorsement game over the weekend. Shortly after the NCAA approved an interim name, image, and likeness p...