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Ole Miss coach Lane Kiffin “Extremely Encouraged” with NIL push
Lane Kiffin
Ole Miss football coach Lane Kiffin spoke with the media on Tuesday and the topic of name, image, and likeness (NIL) came up once again. It was noteworthy, though, as it was made public that The Grove Collective (an Ole Miss collective) held a massive giving day on Monday and reportedly raised more than $1…
Basepath CEO Thomas Thomas Jr. talks FSU deal, college football realignment
Florida State University, NIL, Basepath, Rising Spear
Basepath recently became the exclusive operations software provider of the Rising Spear, Florida State University’s NIL collective. And to help promote the new partnership, Basepath CEO Thomas Thomas Jr. spoke exclusively with The NIL Deal to discuss the FSU deal. Thomas and Rising Spear Chief Operating Officer Will Cowen have known each other “since the…
Florida State NIL collective partners with Basepath
Florida State University, NIL, Basepath, Rising Spear
As Florida State University considers bolting the ACC as the landscape of college sports — specifically football — continues to be in flux, one thing is certain. The Rising Spear, FSU’s NIL collective, will be in good hands as its chosen Basepath as its exclusive NIL operations software. Rising Spear is made up of two…
Georgia hires ex-football player Reggie Carter to be new Athlete Marketing Manager
Reggie Carter
Georgia is bringing back home one of their past football stars to advise young Bulldog student-athletes on how to manage themselves in the NIL space. On Tuesday, it became official that were hiring ex-player Reggie Carter to be the new Athlete Marketing Manager. As one of the preeminent programs in college football, Georgia wants to…
NCAA begins to put NIL plan in place
Since college athletes started making money off their name, image, and likeness rights in July 2021, the NCAA hasn’t done much in response. College athletics’ governing organization hasn’t put a cohesive plan in place over the last two years outside of banning pay-for-play and using NIL in recruitment. Now, the NCAA Division I board of…
Minnesota football players ink NIL deal with Sweetgreen
College kids love free food, and that’s one of the things four Minnesota Gophers football players got as part of their NIL deal with the fast-casual salad restaurant, Sweetgreen. Sweetgreen partnered with redshirt freshman running back Zach Evans, incoming four-star freshmen RB Darius Taylor and wide receiver Kenric Lanier, and WR transfer from Charlotte Elijah…
Former Clemson star Brevin Galloway details the positive impact of NIL, talks mental health
Brevin Galloway
Brevin Galloway isn’t just another college athlete who benefitted from NIL. Galloway’s story deals with personal trauma, disappointment, mental health struggles, and perseverance.  The NIL Deal first spoke with Galloway back in February. That exclusive interview came after the Clemson star suffered an unfortunate injury that resulted in a viral video. The hilarious video from Galloway led to…
Appalachian State QB Ryan Burger inks NIL deal for a signature burger
Ryan Burger
Appalachian State QB Ryan Burger is benefitting from NIL thanks to his unique last name.  The redshirt freshman QB linked up with a local restaurant called The Cardinal to launch “The Ryan Burger.” Per Burger’s announcement, the burger will have “two blackened all-beef patties, Carolina Gold BBQ sauce, Ashe County cheddar, tobacco onions, bacon, local greens, and Duke’s…
LaVar Arrington and Penn State lettermen rally for NIL support
LaVar Arrington
LaVar Arrington, a College Football Hall of Famer who had a legendary college career at Penn State, is recommitting himself to help the university's next generation of players. He realized that he had lost touch with his alma mater when he visited the program a couple of years ago and didn't recognize the players. “That…
Financial scandal rocks LifeWallet as federal agencies investigate
One of the most influential supporters of the University of Miami's name, image and likeness endeavors is facing a series of issues that could potentially impact the athletic programs. Referred to as Miami's "NIL King" by ESPN, John Ruiz, a Miami businessman, is currently experiencing financial troubles as his company faces federal investigations. RELATED: John…

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