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How ‘name, image, likeness’ rights change the game for NCAA athletes
College sports have long captured the hearts of fans around the nation who wear team colors to cheer on their favorite amateur athletes. And for a long time, colleges and universities have profited from their athletes’ stardom.
Name, image, likeness: What college athletes should know about NCAA rules
Prior to winning a Heisman Trophy and leading the University of Nebraska—Lincoln football team to the NCAA National Championship game in 2001, Huskers starting quarterback Eric Crouch ran afoul of NCAA rules in the 2000 season.
North Philly native Dawn Staley leads USA Women’s Basketball to 7th-consecutive gold medal, won’t coach team at Paris Olympics
North Philadelphia native Dawn Staley led USA’s women’s basketball team to its seventh-consecutive gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics. But, there will be new beginnings the next time Team USA heads to the Olympics.
New NCAA NIL rules may result in more Olympians staying in school
Every four years, college athletes who excelled at the Olympics were left with an unenviable choice at the close of the Games: They could either continue on with their college careers or cash in on their fame. For these Olympics, however, things are different because the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s new name, image and likeness […]