NCAA

Recipe for Success

Olympians with NCAA eligibility, like wrestling gold medalist Gable Steveson, have already signed NIL deals. How can other athletes capitalize?

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NCAA Gender Equity Review Reveals Systemic Problems

‘Gender inequities at the NCAA—and specifically within the NCAA Division I basketball championships—stem from the structure and systems of the NCAA itself,’ the report found.

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Expanded SEC Could Generate NCAA-Like Revenue

With the potential to have a 16-team conference, one analysis from USA Today Sports says the SEC could make just as much as the NCAA.

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Panini Set to Produce College Athlete Trading Cards

Panini is set to sell trading cards of college athletes after agreeing to a multiyear deal with OneTeam, which will provide licensing.

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Floodgates Open for College Athlete Endorsement Deals

Just a week after the NCAA allowed college athletes to make money on endorsement deals, players are wasting no time.

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The NIL Era of College Sports Begins

After years of battles in court, state legislatures, and Congress, a new era has arrived: NCAA athletes can profit from the use of their name, image, and likeness.

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NCAA’s Last-Minute NIL Waiver

While the NCAA’s temporary NIL policy was expected and long overdue, it came with a twist. The NCAA said it will also ratify the proposal for Divisions II and III.

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NCAA Rule Waiver Would Allow States to Enact NIL Laws

The NCAA is reportedly creating an “interim waiver” of existing NIL rules, allowing collegiate athletes monetization for legalized states.

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Senate Hearings Highlight Tensions Over NIL Bill

During Senate NIL hearings, witnesses agreed that athletes should get NIL rights, and almost all expressed support for a federal law. But two points of contention emerged.

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NIL Bills Pass in 19 States, But Questions Still Loom

Joining Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, and New Mexico, Texas is the sixth state to have an NIL bill go into effect July 1.

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