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Kenny Dillingham

Kenny Dillingham’s vision for NIL: Empowering players and building community bonds

Several prominent figures in college athletics have been outspoken about the need to address the issue of NIL. A delegation from the SEC, including renowned coaches like Nick Saban from Alabama, Brian Kelly from LSU, and conference commissioner Greg Sankey, went as far as traveling to Washington, D.C., to advocate for federal assistance in regulating…

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Jay Bilas

Jay Bilas criticizes Rand Paul for remarks on college athletes, NIL: ‘I didn’t care for it’

Republican Senator Rand Paul recently made a comment with racial overtones towards college basketball players, as he discussed how college athletes profit off their name, image and likeness. “Many of us loved watching amateur athletes that weren’t paid. Now everybody that plays basketball in college is gonna be driving a Bentley or a Rolls [Royce],”…

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The Grove Collective

NIL collectives band together to shape the future of college sports

Name, image and likeness rights in college sports are still in their Wild West phase, with little oversight, regulation, or leadership involved in the process. And while universities and athletic departments wait on Congress to enact national policies, seven of the biggest NIL collectives in the country are coming together to create a trade association…

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Dontay Corleone

Cincinnati’s Dontay Corleone introduces ‘Godfather Burger’ in NIL partnership

In an irresistible proposition, Dontay Corleone is captivating fans with a groundbreaking name, image and likeness partnership. Corleone, an accomplished defensive tackle donning the Cincinnati Bearcats uniform, has unveiled a collaboration with the esteemed sports bar, Bucketheads, called the "Godfather Burger." RELATED: Cincinnati athletics hosts first-ever female focused NIL event Situated on Harrison Avenue near…

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