BYU Football Player Catches Attention Of Fast Food Chain With Sponsorship Pitch

PROVO, Utah – BYU football defensive back Malik Moore has become one of the most improved players this season. In his fourth year at BYU, the San Diego native earned a starting spot at safety coming into the season. He’s carried that success into games, where he has three interceptions through BYU’s first eight contests this year.
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Gophers Coach P.J. Fleck on Art, Architecture and Travel

NIL, or Name, Image and Likeness was the hot topic of the college football talking season. No surprise, it came up repeatedly at multiple media days. We asked Minnesota Coach P.J. Fleck what his dream deal would have been, back during his playing days at Northern Illinois, had this existed during his time.

Institute adopts policy allowing student-athlete promotional pay

The New Mexico Military Institute has adopted a new policy establishing guidelines for allowing its college athletes to receive compensation for the use of their names, images or likeness and to be represented by sports agents or professional advisors. The Name, Image and Likeness (NIL) policy took effect Monday and...

Uh oh, Spencer Rattler has deleted ‘OU’ from his Instagram bio

Poor Spencer Rattler. He made a nice chunk of money off the new NCAA Name, Image, Likeness rule, but here we are on October 20 with the Oklahoma Sooners 6-0 and the now-backup quarterback has officially removed ‘OU’ from his Instagram bio. I know what you’re thinking and want to...

Kentucky guard TyTy Washington inks NIL deal with local Porsche dealer

When the NCAA adopted its new Name, Image, and Likeness (NIL) legislation over the summer, it was a game-changer for collegiate athletics. But four months in to this new era, Kentucky wideout and SEC leading receiver Wan'Dale Robinson had been the only UK athlete to make real waves on the NIL front, inking deals with Lexington car dealership Paul Miller Ford and announcing a partnership with Frankfort-based Stockton Mortgage reportedly worth six figures.

NIL: Conference-by-conference breakdown in total compensation since Sept. 30

The latest NIL numbers are in, and the Big Ten leads all conferences in total compensation. The Big 12 has moved into the second spot, surpassing the ACC and SEC. Conference USA is the highest ranked Group of Five conference, while the Pac-12 is the lowest Power Five conference. Division I athletes have made an average of $391, while the overall number across all three divisions is $366.

Wichita State star Tyson Etienne gets his own commercial

WICHITA, Kan. (KAKE) -- Name, Image and Likeness changed the game. It allows student-athletes to cash in on their own name-where in the past that was outlawed. On Thursday, Wichita State star Tyson Etienne got his piece of the pie. "Welcome to Tyson's holiday tips starring me, Tyson Etienne," said...

Olivia Dunne: LSU Gymnast Winning the NIL Money-Making Game

NIL is a brand new ballgame to be sure, and we’re all still figuring out the rules and regulations right now, but Olivia Dunne is the college athlete who is winning it. The LSU class of ’24 gymnast is poised to become the first Name, Image and Likeness generated millionaire.

Bookie Radley-Hiles: speaking his process into existence

Brendan Radley-Hiles is in a unique position to really cash in on the new Name, Image, and Likeness rules regarding college athletes, but he's in no rush to skip steps. His process is what keeps him moving in the right direction. "My initial reaction was, make sure you keep the...

NIL: NCPA State Law Ratings!

The National Collegiate Players Association (NCPA), a non-profit advocacy group for college athletes’ rights and freedoms, has fought hard to protect former, current and future college athletes. Today it released its official NCPA State NIL Laws Ratings, based on 21 key aspects helpful or harmful to college athletes. Name, Image Likeness (NIL) laws exist in 28 states and New Mexico, Maryland, Missouri and Oregon have NIL laws that offer the most support to college athletes among those states.

10-20-21 Segment 1 Welcome Home Luther, Big Al From The Morning Show

Fan page issues. Luther Burden, welcome home. This has Tigers fans fired up. Name, Image, and Likeness factor. What will the domino effect be after this commitment? Iggy gives updates on Jewel. Iggy’s Treehouse. Iggy’s thoughts out loud. Umpiring in the Red Sox – Astros game. Ball writers. Caller Ellen joins the show to give praises to Doug. Pick 6.