Tag Archives: NIL

FHSAA Comments on High School NIL

In Florida high school sports, Name, Image and Likeness (NIL) is currently an approved practice. The Florida High School Athletic Association (FHSAA) unanimously approved a bill allowing high school athletes to profit from their name and image rights. For instance, an athlete may collaborate with a local company to secure …

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Former Florida Signee Rashada Sues Napier Over NIL Deal

Former Florida football recruit and current Georgia quarterback Jaden Rashada filed a lawsuit Tuesday against Florida coach Billy Napier for a failed name, image and likeness deal. Gator booster Hugh Hathcock and former Director of Player Engagement and NIL Marcus Castro-Walker were also listed on the fraudulent claims. Jaden Rashada …

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FHSAA To Discuss NIL For State Athletes

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The Florida High School Athletic Association looks to discuss a proposal about Name, Image and Likeness deals for Florida high school athletes at a Monday meeting. Florida In The Minority Florida is in the minority of states that prohibit NIL deals for high school athletes. Thirty two other states as …

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Florida Victorious Answers Questions About NIL

Florida Victorious is an independent NIL collective that provides opportunities for UF student-athletes. Additionally, they partner with businesses and organizations, while working with student-athletes to give back to the Gainesville community. Chief Executive Officer Nate Barbera and Director of Revenue Freddie Wehbe addressed questions regarding NIL deals. Staying at the …

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Tennessee Faces NCAA Investigation

The Tennessee Volunteers are once again under investigation by the NCAA, this time for possible NIL violations across multiple sports. The Volunteers were charged with 18 level one violations and fined a record $8 million just under a year ago. Now, they possibly face additional punishments centered around the recruitment …

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Laura Rutledge: Saban’s Retirement Having Impact On College Football

Laura Rutledge, host of NFL Live and SEC Nation, joined Sport Scene Thursday to discuss the NFL Playoffs, NIL, the transfer portal, conference realignment and the state of Gators athletics. Rutledge’s Stance on the NFL Playoffs Rutledge discussed the Philadelphia Eagles wild-card exit and how Eagles coach Nick Sirianni needs …

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Florida Athletic Director Scott Stricklin Addresses Fan Questions and Concerns

Florida Athletic Director Scott Stricklin joined Steve Russell on Sportscene on Monday. He answered questions and concerns proposed by Gators fans around the nation. Stricklin was tasked with providing information regarding the ever-changing Name, Image and Likeness landscape, renovations to Ben Hill Griffin Stadium and more. Keeping Up with the …

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New NCAA Proposal Would Allow Athletes to Be Paid Directly

With everyone in the nation talking about FSU not making the College Football Playoff this week, the NCAA has new proposal might have people buzzing for months to come. A new NCAA proposal could pave the way for schools to pay athletes directly through trust funds and NIL by creating …

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