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So, in other words, the NCAA CAN make such decisions and mandate policy if it wants to. The message? “Praise our leadership when we choose to actually do something,” and “don’t look at us, it’s complicated and up to the schools to decide.”
Nonsense. Without the federal government allowing the NCAA to violate antitrust law, there is no way the NCAA allows one nickel to players for NIL.
The NCAA Board of Governors passes the decision to the Board of Directors, which promptly passes the decision to the D1 Council. Even Rube Goldberg would say, “This is too much.” Get ready for the next pass, NCAA Committee on Sportsmanship and Ethical Conduct! You’re next!
Each Division has to be “directed” to safeguard the athletes?! Isn’t that their raison d’etre? The NCAA Board of Governers needs to make this decision, or be renamed the “NCAA Board of Delegators.” Perhaps they’ll tell us tomorrow.
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Well done Mizzou. Every state should do this. There is no reason not to, except ideology. I guarantee you in a year or two this will be even more popular than it was on election night.
I've seen enough: Missouri voters narrowly pass constitutional Amendment 2 to expand Medicaid.