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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Where Eagles Dare, May 6, 2022.
Are we talking about this anywhere?
I don't really understand how the NCAA thinks it can do this when the nil stuff is a supreme court decision.
We're headed to athletes being employees. Which is a good thing.
Because Supreme Court decisions are now pointless.
They have been emboldened by Texas abortion laws
University administrators are basically hoping the federal government doesn’t act on their anti-trust threats if the NCAA actually enforces these policies.
Tremendously messy situation all around.
Anyways if A&M gets playoff probation for a year and then ends up in the top 4 I will likely beat myself off to death
Seems like an interesting gray area and might be a good middle ground to make NIL work.
This doesn't restrict players from making money. It just restricts players from talking too Boosters or what every school has, which is Booster running Non Profits that essentially is funneling money to kids. Every school is doing this and kids are talking too these "companies" which solely exist by booster funding to pay out "sponsorships"
Now, can the NCAA actually enforce this? Fuck if I know. Probably not. But in a perfect world, if you can't negotiate an NIL deal until your signed it takes out a lot of the shit that is going on now.
Fucking lol at the ncaa making these new NIL regulations retroactive
If we're being honest you guys will never be in the top 4.
Also, if that ever did happen, you would put up a fake banner anyways to go along with all those other fake championship banners
Well this is going to be a shit storm with it being retroactive
You'd need an army to enforce it and it seems to directly infringe on the nil decision
It becomes a matter of interpretation whether or not these guidelines would restrict players from receiving some compensation if they’re enforced. And for that reason, the NCAA would basically be playing chicken with the federal government if they choose to move forward with this.
who are the "college leaders" we want to see the "college leaders"
We know how good the NCAA lawyers are...
NCAA will finally be able to hammer #Auburn Tigers basketball and Bruce Pearl. Pete Thamel will beat himself off to death
NCAA will probably find some smaller school who did something like this and drop the hammer
I've been called a lot of things in my day, but someone saying I'm an A&M fan probably hurts the most
How does it infringe on the NIL court decision? I'm asking seriously. Players can still make NIL money, they just can't actively engage "Boosters" until they are signed. Arch Manning could still go get a sponsor ship with Coke, but he just can't get money or talk to whatever school's bullshit NIL company until he signs in december
He made it through the post with no typos but failed to recognize the fsu fanhood
IDK, I didn't recognize your username and thought your FSU Horse was a cow. Similar colors to A&M.
It restricts their ability to make money off their likeness which seems like the crux of the decision but I'm no lawyer
If you are looking for leaders I would suggest start your search at the following universities:
Penn State (lol)
wes tegg as my lawyer please answer this pro bono and don't charge me.
IDK, it seems like it is a good compromise and players still can make a lot of money. But I guess that doesn't really matter
You’ve got Reveille right there in your avatar
Silence is deafening from the #Texas AandM Aggies contingent.
Learn to quote better, brother.
I don't see how they can make it retroactive. If there wasn't a rule against it, of course teams/boosters will do it.
The NCAA has 15-20 staffers?
50 million flushed down the drain!
I read that as they are down that many
Seems like their angle is that it was always against the rules to talk to booster. Booster disguised as a "NIL Company" seems to be what they are angling for.
people forget Stan Wilcox hates jimbojangles
Hope Stan gets the new gig
But there wasn't a rule saying a booster couldn't be an NIL company. They dropped the ball on all of this, that's on them. Going retroactive would be dumb.
There has been a rule/guideline against using NIL as a recruiting enticement, so that’s the retroactive rule they’ll try to use for enforcement.
They are desperately trying to cling to relevance
You’re stuck paying Emory Jones that $75k, #Arizona State Sun Devils. No takebacks!
michael dyer was down and we both know it, brother
and i am still mad fwiw
Wasn't aware of that, thought all of that was done when the case was settled. You have a link to it?
I guess they are still boosters even though it is through an intermediary?
Hopefully they go after the Aggies women's tennis program