The Knight Commission explains NIL. This video even explains how a scholarship once violated the NCAA’s amateurism rules. Simply put, amateurism is whatever the NCAA says it is, and changes whenever the NCAA feels like it. That’s not principle. https://t.co/7pWcuJx63G
Over half of our nation’s states have passed legislation or have legislation pending for NIL and athlete rights. Why is there such a delay for NCAA legislation? Dean Smith would be impressed with the NCAA’s “Four Corners” delay offense here.
Robust proposals? No. Robust means finally allowing athletes the same rights as literally everyone else. Modernize NCAA rules? That admits the rules are antiquated and unfair. When the NCAA wanted to grant Spring athletes another year, done in a week. That’s “robust.”
Knight Commission guidelines athlete NIL rights. I wonder if the guidelines for everyone else were used in coming up with these?! Oh yeah, literally nobody else has NIL restricted in any way, just athletes. And, I used “literally” (and now, NIL) correctly. https://t.co/u5J3ey6oEH
The Knight Commission guidelines on NLI rights for athletes. I wonder if the guidelines for everyone else were used in coming up with these?! Oh yeah, literally nobody else has NLI restricted in any way, just athletes. And, I used “literally” correctly. https://t.co/u5J3exONg7
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