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Brevin Galloway
Former Clemson star Brevin Galloway details the positive impact of NIL, talks mental health
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…
Ryan Burger
Appalachian State QB Ryan Burger inks NIL deal for a signature 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…
Kansas Jayhawks
Eleven Kansas student-athletes land NIL deal with NASCAR
Eleven student-athletes representing the University of Kansas will soon have a unique NIL opportunity.  The athletes representing several sports will have their image on a NASCAR Xfinity Series race car at the Kansas Lottery 300 on Sept. 9. The official Kansas-focused NIL organization, Mass St. Collective, is collaborating with JD Motorsports to sponsor the car of Brennan…
Senators Joe Manchin, Tommy Tuberville introduce college sports bill to regulate NIL deals, player transfers
Senators Joe Manchin and Tommy Tuberville have jointly introduced a college sports bill that aims to address various aspects related to student-athletes and their financial interests. The proposed legislation mandates athletes to disclose their earnings from name, image, and likeness (NIL) deals. Additionally, it seeks to regulate collectives and impose restrictions on player transfers. This…