Jay Bilas on what the NCAA’s rule changes means for student-athletes | The Max Kellerman Show

Jay Bilas on what the NCAA's rule changes means for student-athletes | The Max Kellerman Show

Jay Bilas on what the NCAA’s rule changes means for student-athletes | The Max Kellerman Show
Jay Bilas joins The Max Kellerman Show to discuss the NCAA clearing the way for student-athletes to earn compensation for their name, image and likeness and weighs in on the significance of the rules changes.
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The NCAA clears student-athletes to pursue name, image and likeness deals | First Take

The NCAA clears student-athletes to pursue name, image and likeness deals | First Take

The NCAA clears student-athletes to pursue name, image and likeness deals | First Take
Keyshawn Johnson and Freddie Coleman react to the NCAA clearing student-athletes to make money from endorsements and other ventures.

0:00 Keyshawn Johnson jokingly says the NCAA needs to give him his money.
2:30 A lot of colleges are going to benefit from this new policy – Freddie Coleman
4:00 Freddie Coleman will not fault players for taking money from endorsements.
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NCAA prepares for laws that will allow student-athletes to profit

The NCAA board of directors will vote today on whether or not to allow college athletes to profit off their own name, image and likeness, as six states move forward with their own laws that would allow students to do so. Edward Scott the vice president and director of athletics at Morgan State University joined CBSN to discuss the future of college sports.

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NCAA considers rule change to allow student-athletes to profit off themselves

The NCAA is consider changing its rules to allow student-athletes to profit off of their name, image and likeness. The push comes ahead of laws being enacted in five states to allow for player compensation. CBS Sports senior writer Dennis Dodd breaks down what this change could mean for college sports.

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