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This article is absolutely soul crushing. The NCAA says it’s about athlete welfare. This story, and so many others like it, show that to be a lie. Read this...it’s important. All of this for a phone jack...really? https://t.co/rxJjwT6gaI
Good story here on a Northwestern hoops star who happens to be dating a future first-round pick in this NFL Draft.
Veronica Burton and Greg Newsome II are a serious power couple. As @Veronicaab22 pursues her hoop dreams, and @gnewsii enters the NFL, they push and support each other. Having that built-in trust and understanding goes a long way and puts them at ease: https://t.co/cImu7septK https://t.co/Xc9csXQP6H
This is really disconcerting. Emmert is waiting for Congress to act on NIL? That’s the NCAA’s job, and “hope” is not policy. No athlete has ever been allowed to meet with the Board of Governors? Well, isn’t is past time to remedy that? https://t.co/oplwnRoDfG
As states continue to pass (bipartisan) NIL legislation, the NCAA continues to twiddle its thumbs. The NCAA could have passed sensible NIL rules, but has chosen not to. Why are states passing these laws? Competition. Athletes are valuable assets, and these laws are proof of that.