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Texas A&M football players launch ‘College Station NIL Club’

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Has Texas A&M football officially entered the NIL scene?

It certainly looks like it.

On Thursday, Aggies star defensive back Brian George sent out a cryptic tweet about a new NIL opportunity.

George wrote: “BIG team-wide NIL news dropping today. Gonna need help from the 12th Man… #GigEm.”

Later on, it was announced that the Texas A&M football players created the “College Station NIL Club.” The website described the purpose of the organization.

“The CSNC is a player-led fan community that benefits members of the Texas A&M football team,” the website state, via SBNation. “Through the College Station NIL Club, these members of the team provide fans with digital content and experiences such as digital meet-and-greets, player-recorded content, and much more throughout the year. The CSNC generates revenue through fans subscribing to the club. A monthly commitment of any amount allows fans to join the NIL Club and access CSNC-exclusive chat rooms, message boards, and content.”

The website has a partnership with a platform called YOKE.

The College Station NIL Club membership provides “online community and digital experiences with the team.” According to the site, the program is expected to support over 70 Texas A&M football players at the school.