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Name Image and Likeness 5 months 2 days ago #435712

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Let's get some brewery sponsorships. I've pretty much put Bronx Pale Ale on the map they owe us



 
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Name Image and Likeness 5 months 2 days ago #435720

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What NCAA’s major rule change means for St. John’s

nypost.com/2021/06/30/what-ncaas-major-r...-means-for-st-johns/
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Name Image and Likeness 5 months 1 day ago #435724

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Pretty sure boosters can’t be involved. Or there is a distinctive line drawn there. 

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Name Image and Likeness 5 months 1 day ago #435729

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Moose post=435724 wrote: Pretty sure boosters can’t be involved. Or there is a distinctive line drawn there. 


Would love to understand how that would be monitored and controlled.

Ex. Joe's Car Wash offer a player $10k to have player pic on a flyer, or do a 30 second radio plug. The car wash happens to be owned by a guy whoes spouse is an alum or has a child attending, or they have a ticket package and they just really like the team.

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Name Image and Likeness 5 months 1 day ago #435732

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JohnnyFan post=435710 wrote: I wonder if the players will be permitted to have professional representation (i.e. agents) for advertising/sponsorship agreements.  Of course, this could open up another can of worms.


According to this quote in the article in the Post ( What NCAA's major rule change means for St. John's (nypost.com) ), they can:

"According to the memo, St. John’s athletes are now allowed to hire representation to broker deals..."
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Name Image and Likeness 5 months 1 day ago #435734

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My first thought was that St Johns would be in great shape to take advantage of this. We are located in NYC, the Mecca. Advertising opportunities abound.

However, after thinking about it for a while, I believe that the NCAA has created a disaster. Teams in the Power 5 Conferences spend millions of dollars on the buyouts of Coaches with the money coming from Boosters. What is to stop these same Booster from setting aside 2 million each year to go after 5 players, guaranteeing each player 400 thousand a year as long as they stay in school? They will just funnel the money to 3rd party businesses. The NCAA does not have the staff, time, or interest to look into all of the problems that will arise from this decision.

If y'all thought the playing field was not level before, just wait until you see what happens now. If y'all think the transfer portal was crowded now, just wait until until a player has a good season and his handlers tell him he can get 3 x the money at University X.

This may be the beginning of the end of college sports as we know them.
 
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Name Image and Likeness 5 months 1 day ago #435736

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Maybe this is the death of amateur athletics.
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Name Image and Likeness 5 months 1 day ago #435737

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Knight post=435736 wrote: Maybe this is the death of amateur athletics.

That happened a long time ago when the NCCA became a multi billion dollar "Non-profit" organization. Now, the athletes get their deserved piece of the pie. 

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AlexSTJ post=435737 wrote:

Knight post=435736 wrote: Maybe this is the death of amateur athletics.

That happened a long time ago when the NCCA became a multi billion dollar "Non-profit" organization. Now, the athletes get their deserved piece of the pie. 
 

I am all for the athletes getting their share of the pie. However the NCAA has worded this rule so that it won't cost them anything. The NCAA will still be a multibillion dollar non profit.

What I forsee happening is rampant cheating and transferring to the detriment of college sports.
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panther2 post=435738 wrote:

AlexSTJ post=435737 wrote:

Knight post=435736 wrote: Maybe this is the death of amateur athletics.

That happened a long time ago when the NCCA became a multi billion dollar "Non-profit" organization. Now, the athletes get their deserved piece of the pie. 

 

I am all for the athletes getting their share of the pie. However the NCAA has worded this rule so that it won't cost them anything. The NCAA will still be a multibillion dollar non profit.

What I forsee happening is rampant cheating and transferring to the detriment of college sports.

Rampant cheating has been a part of the game for a while now, to the point that the FBI stepped in. I think this will level the playing field for programs that run a cleaner ship. I agree that this will be detrimental to college sports. However, college sports stopped being college sports a long time ago. I see this as an overall net positive for St. John's.
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