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Do any of these laws force schools to allow it?

Posted on: March 31, 2021 at 21:34:32 CT
DHighlander NWMSU
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If the NCAA simply stands its ground these laws do not matter. No one is forced to accept an athletic scholarship but if you do you also accept the stipulations that go with it.

Does the image of any nineteen year old have value if he is not part of a team? Teams have decades of history showing their brands have value.
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     Have the NCAA negotiate the amount, split it equally - Guinny_Ire MU - 4/1 09:16:49
          What are they "splitting"? - Genco98 MU - 4/1 11:40:29
               You're correct to question that - Guinny_Ire MU - 4/2 10:06:31
     Do any of these laws force schools to allow it? - DHighlander NWMSU - 3/31 21:34:32
          RE: Do any of these laws force schools to allow it? - justwinbaby KC - 4/1 06:35:55
     This could cause a Kobe or LeBum to try a year of college - Tigerfish MU - 3/31 14:24:00
          If it isn't a gold mine then what are they worried about? - Grasslands MU - 3/31 16:01:44
     Chris Fowler has ripped the entire concept - Genco98 MU - 3/31 13:30:47
          because he knows it will ruin the game (nm) - zounami MU - 3/31 21:25:55
     RE: Anyone know what the status of Missouri’s legislation - TigerMook MU - 3/31 11:40:22
     Idk. How does it work if a 9th grader is really good at - KCT-BoneTiger A - 3/31 10:30:17
          RE: Idk. How does it work if a 9th grader is really good at - sarasotatiger MU - 3/31 11:01:37
               what if Tiger Wood's son is featured in a Nike commercial - KCT-BoneTiger A - 3/31 11:27:20
                    RE: what if Tiger Wood's son is featured in a Nike commercial - sarasotatiger MU - 3/31 12:21:48




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