NCAA Might Do Something About NIL Sooner Than We Think

A recent CBS Sports article talks about NIL and the pay-for-play loophole it's become.

Within the coming weeks, the NCAA plans to crack down on boosters who are funding name, image and likeness payments to athletes, payments the association says are violations of long-standing NCAA rules. NCAA Council chairman Shane Lyons told CBS Sports the association's ruling body is motivated to push back against what is becoming a burgeoning scandal of disguised "pay for play" in college athletics.

Apparently there was a committee to establish rules when the NCAA first allowed NIL but they ignored it at the time fearing legal issues.

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