Tag Archives: NIL

Gator Women’s Basketball Team Receives their First NIL Deal


The Gators women’s basketball team was surprised with their first-ever NIL deal Tuesday night during a team dinner at Spurrier’s Gridiron Grille.  “You’re in the game now, and it’s only going to get bigger,” said former Gator football player and contributor Wally Smojver after presenting the news. Jeff Nudelman, CEO …

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NCAA Updates NIL Guidelines

Wednesday, the NCAA Division I Board of Directors approved new guidelines to members on name, image and likeness activities. The Board of Directors sought to clarify how schools, coaches and staffers can be involved in athletes’ endorsement and sponsorship deals. There were no new rules created by these clarifications to …

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College Football, The SEC and NIL Deals

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Like all sports, college football has been evolving through the years and will continue to change. Recently, college football has had major changes, especially outside the game itself when it comes to money spent and money used for the game. The Change One of the biggest impacting changes is the …

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NCAA President Mark Emmert Talks College Athletics


On Friday, NCAA president Mark Emmert joined Sports Scene and provided his insight into the changing realm of college sports. Emmert, who has been the president of the NCAA since 2010, spoke about the prodding issues of current college athletics. On Air Now: @NCAA President Mark Emmert joins @SteveRussell850, in …

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