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  1. Alpha Male
    Alpha Male 30 April, 2022, 19:32

    Big no no.

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  2. Alpha Male
    Alpha Male 30 April, 2022, 19:33

    Sounds like nice tax payer money paying young idiots

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  3. Alpha Male
    Alpha Male 30 April, 2022, 19:33

    I guess people forget that these kids are students first, then athletes.

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  4. Keith Hoss
    Keith Hoss 30 April, 2022, 19:40

    The NCAA is a garbage organization for the most part. They make BILLIONS off of these young men and exploited them for years and now that they are getting a “fair wage” we get comments like: these kids are students first. 😂😂😳 The naïveté in that remark is beyond the pale.

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  5. slsriflecruman87
    slsriflecruman87 30 April, 2022, 19:47

    Was a horible idea from the start.

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  6. Cryptum404
    Cryptum404 30 April, 2022, 19:54

    Ryan leaf is so bad at analyst job

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  7. litedawg1968
    litedawg1968 30 April, 2022, 19:57

    College football will cease to exist by 2035.

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  8. JD Stan
    JD Stan 30 April, 2022, 20:00

    We're just gonna have the same 12 schools competing for the championship? Seriously?
    Look it up, there have only been 12 different schools win the College Football NC since 1999.
    Bama 5, LSU 2, Clemson 2, Georgia 1, Ohio State 2, FSU 2, Florida 2, Texas 1, Miami 1, Oklahoma 1, USC 2, Auburn 1.
    The competitive inequality existed long before NIL…

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  9. Jason Gordon
    Jason Gordon 30 April, 2022, 21:28

    Maybe there should be a salary cap

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  10. Jonathan Cefalu
    Jonathan Cefalu 30 April, 2022, 22:09

    Every person who isn't an executive for a large company is "frozen out of the spoils" of there employer. So tired of this argument. I will go play college football for free now if they'll pay for my daughter to go to college. It's so expensive. I love how in all these arguments they've decided that the cost of the education has NO value. It's a joke. Theres thousands of kids every year who can't afford to go to college. Full scholarship was more than enough compensation for the players.

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  11. Nuraby _
    Nuraby _ 30 April, 2022, 22:32

    I can't help but chuckle about how he uses Kansas as his football example when they've been paying recruits in basketball for years.

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  12. De Long Shot Signatures
    De Long Shot Signatures 1 May, 2022, 01:35

    I thought NIL was supposed to be where players could do endorsements, appearances, merchandise, etc. to make money off their name in likeness, and schools weren't allowed to pay the players still. How is Oklahoma getting to pay their scholarshipped athletes $50,000? Is this some sort of workaround of a sponsor handling the funds and the school and brand have that deal in place? Even so, that seems like a huge loophole for the schools to pay players indirectly. It's supposed to be the brands and events that pay the players, not the school.

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  13. Tuna Cat
    Tuna Cat 1 May, 2022, 02:21

    Moral of the story. It’s easy to sell out at the right price. You’re no longer part of the “livestock” class. Like me!….Rich Eisen’s backup!

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  14. ThePlyrMava
    ThePlyrMava 1 May, 2022, 02:47

    College Football is unwatchable because there's no true competition. It's a fight between schools with the most money at the end of the year, and sometimes the math plays out where an outside team with almost as much money sometimes gets blown out at the end of the year.

    Cincy made the season a little fun, but we all knew they'd get destroyed because of the disparity in money.

    It's not good, it needs to change.

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  15. dullest penguin
    dullest penguin 1 May, 2022, 06:08

    The exact same schools will get the top prospects. It will change nothing.

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  16. Steven Dierks
    Steven Dierks 1 May, 2022, 10:22

    I can think of 2 rules right off. NO school involvement in NIL at all – NONE. Just as in the NFL, endorsements are private transactions. Second, any NIL deal has to be a signed contract turning over the player's rights to whomever pays them. None of this 'here, have some money". Any student caught taking ANY $$$ outside such a contract will loss eligibility. Simple and enforceable rules.

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  17. Scott Kalnoske
    Scott Kalnoske 1 May, 2022, 11:01

    I guess maybe kids will stay in school …some probably will make more of their NIL then their rookie deal

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  18. Ryan M
    Ryan M 1 May, 2022, 11:11

    So now it comes down to what you can afford? Lol College sports is essentially dead like the middle class.

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  19. Chance Mack
    Chance Mack 1 May, 2022, 11:22

    Great conversation. As an American I’m for open markets. The ‘free for all’ concept is what this country was built upon. Let the players/citizens decide what’s best for them. Think about it. Open labor market. Not all of us are going to take a job just because of the money. Some of these players are still going to go to “smaller” schools because of things like academics, coaching, school prestige, & playing time.

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  20. David Bowles
    David Bowles 1 May, 2022, 11:35

    Use relegation like European soccer.

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  21. Steven Perry
    Steven Perry 1 May, 2022, 13:23

    I don't care. The fact is a corrupt and hypocritical system repressed any and all attempts to create an equitable means of compensation. I tire of hearing any arguments that lead to the present historical lack of regard for the athlete. Don't hate the players, hate the game.

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  22. Joe McKim
    Joe McKim 2 May, 2022, 06:17

    College football uniforms are going to look like NASCAR uniforms soon with all of the companies paying players.

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  23. busyrand
    busyrand 2 May, 2022, 06:42

    As a former D1 athlete who was dirt poor, hungry at night, no shoes to run in, and wrecked my body I'm happy these guys are getting something from the sport. Everyone else is getting theirs. They should have lifelong guaranteed tuition up to the doctoral level, and health insurance that covers their sports injuries.

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  24. Jason Johnson
    Jason Johnson 2 May, 2022, 10:37

    Hey guys, the poors act like 4.5 million a year is alot. The boosters paying them are voluntarily paying it and just one Billionaire in the mix makes this all moot. Okie State had Billionaire t. Boone Pickens who could have funded 4.5 mill in perpetuity.

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  25. Baalsguestjar
    Baalsguestjar 2 May, 2022, 11:18

    Thanks to NIL someday we are going to see Stanford and Vanderbilt play for the National Championships. For the simple reason, that those schools have some of the deepest pocket boosters in the country

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  26. Na Bi
    Na Bi 2 May, 2022, 12:37

    One 5 star will never do it for a program

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  27. 3321far
    3321far 2 May, 2022, 13:43

    The big market schools, USC, Texas A&M, UCLA, Georgia, Florida, Notre Dame are going to win out. LA, Houston, Atlanta, Tampa/Miami/Orlando, Chicago have much larger opportunities for advertising than Norman, Tuscaloosa, Columbus. If there are 30 car dealers in Alabama, there are 500 in LA. Lots of signing opportunities, memorabilia, ads, endorsements.

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