Enthusiast? Seriously? I am a Rupp Arena Ice Cream CONNOISSEUR! I am a SOMMELIER of Rupp Arena Ice Cream! I am a specialist, authority, no...ORACLE of Rupp Arena Ice Cream! Enthusiast. Please.
The “death of college basketball,” the “Wild West.” Anytime a player is allowed rights, it’s doomsday. Immediate eligibility of transfers is allowed in all but five sports now, but Armageddon looms. Laughable. Allow pay to players and you can keep them! https://t.co/VCRKWWrvIz
Don’t be fooled. The NCAA knows its transfer policy is unjustifiable and wrong. But, this is being done for pure PR reasons...solely so the NCAA can fight allowing NIL, and try to do so with a straight face. https://t.co/YtCqzKbqVc
Worth your time on the transfer discussion.
This is awesome. Nutella.
The biggest fallacy of the NIL and player compensation discussion is that economic rights for athletes will hurt women. First, it’s insulting. Second, it’s a lie. Women have great market value and should be allowed to realize it in college, as should men.
Think of how much money the Oregon women's team is making for the school and coaches and Nike etc etc etc. Satou Sabally said a reason she's going pro early is to help her family financially. Because she's been shut out from earning anything the past 3 years. https://t.co/jnV4tE7mmJ
Circular logic...the NCAA says NIL is incredibly complex, citing the NCAA as the authority on the complexity. Essentially, it’s complex because the NCAA says so, and because the NCAA is perplexed by it, the NCAA is best suited to solve it, not courts or legislatures. Laughable.
AM RT: In filing with the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals concerning impact of California's new college-athlete NIL law on the Alston v. NCAA case, the NCAA says the California law is unconstitutional. NCAA also says law has no effect on the Alston case. https://t.co/agAMXl421C
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Here’s an idea for coaches...make and enforce a rule on yourselves. Don’t recruit players off of another team. Pretty simple. Don’t limit players due to your (perceived) inability to act ethically. You can solve your own problem. https://t.co/oLrzVGWdWT
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