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GA Cat
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posted 05-10-2022 10:24 AM      Profile for GA Cat   Email GA Cat   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
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The NCAA's Division I Board of Directors published new guidelines Monday to clarify that boosters -- including recently created companies designed to provide athletes at a particular school with endorsement deals -- should not have any contact with prospective college athletes, their family members or their representatives.

The guidelines were crafted by a working group of athletic directors and conference commissioners who were tasked earlier this year with reviewing the evolving marketplace for college athletes. The NCAA updated its rules last summer to allow college athletes to make money by selling the rights to their name, image and likeness. The group's first public response comes amid growing concern that some boosters and NIL-focused companies, known as collectives, are offering money as incentives to attend a particular school.

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Tiptree
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posted 05-10-2022 03:18 PM      Profile for Tiptree   Email Tiptree   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
It is a start. But more regulations mean higher compliance costs. Even worse, the boosters will not be punsished if the rules are found to be vilolated, and neither will the students -- the University will.

Another case of holding the wrong party accountable -- this is the real weakness of the NCAA. That has never been a fair deal for the universities, who often are unaware of every action that their many boosters are doing.

[ 05-10-2022, 03:22 PM: Message edited by: Tiptree ]

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posted 05-10-2022 10:00 PM      Profile for ukcatfannfl   Email ukcatfannfl   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
ok we are back where we were. ok to pay just how much and by whom? how in the hell is anyone to know who is in compliance or note? shi55y rules from a shi55y ncaa.

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posted 05-10-2022 10:41 PM      Profile for Bama Cat   Email Bama Cat   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
How many people is it going to take to monitor every NCAA player, all sports?
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