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Oregon gets unlimited NIL from CEO

Posted on 7/10/24 at 11:48 am
Posted by Monsusta
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Posted on 7/10/24 at 11:48 am
They have been pulling some good recruits.

Must be nice.

This post was edited on 7/10/24 at 11:48 am
Posted by nicholastiger
Member since Jan 2004
44240 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 11:50 am to
maybe teams need to stop doing business with nike
lsu has the nike apparel contract and repping their brand
Posted by auisssa
Member since Feb 2010
4247 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 11:51 am to
Can't beat that Oregon oil money.
Posted by Old Sarge
Dean of Admissions, LSU
Member since Jan 2012
55959 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 11:52 am to
Goodness you goobers are worked up
Posted by Tactical Syrup
Member since Jun 2024
22 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 11:52 am to
I guess if you're about to die anyway, frick it. Blow your money on Oregon football.

Jesus, some people take this too seriously.
Posted by Radio One
Yoknapatawpha County
Member since Sep 2023
2439 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 11:53 am to
I hope he succeeds.
Posted by Monsusta
#1 Rant User 2023-24
Member since Oct 2023
1319 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 11:55 am to
quote:


Goodness you goobers are worked up


Maybe so boomer.

I bet you pacemaker needs a new battery.

Posted by wesfau
Member since Mar 2023
576 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 11:57 am to
Tim Cook to the Burnt Orange and Navy Blue courtesy phone, please...
Posted by 49 to nada
In aggy and gooner heads, rent free
Member since Sep 2023
1630 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 12:01 pm to
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Jesus, some people take this too seriously.
Phil Knight certainly does.

Do you welcome our duck overlords?
Posted by N0T SURE
Member since Dec 2023
355 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 12:07 pm to
Wondered the exact same thing....why feed the monster that's possibly going to eat you?
Posted by Themicah86
Member since Jun 2023
1072 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 12:07 pm to
It blows my minds that people think that their teams have been pulling all these players because they like good old fashioned practice and hard work.
Posted by 49 to nada
In aggy and gooner heads, rent free
Member since Sep 2023
1630 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 12:11 pm to
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Wondered the exact same thing....why feed the monster that's possibly going to eat you?
All the highest profile Nike schools could agree to enter into negotiations with Adidas or Under Armour and it wouldn't make much difference to Phil since he's in the final laps of the life rat race and wants to go out a winner.
Posted by wadewilson
Member since Sep 2009
36919 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 12:19 pm to
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wouldn't make much difference to Phil


But it will to Nike's board.
Posted by PerrillouxToTexas
Member since Sep 2022
6131 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 12:26 pm to
Russell Athletics here we come
Posted by Lord of the Hogs
Member since Sep 2023
1858 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 12:46 pm to
We’ll go back to adidas.
Posted by GoGators1995
Member since Jan 2023
2325 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 12:47 pm to
UF and a few other flagship schools use the stupid Jordan brand for football. I wonder if that money also goes straight to Nike or if it's separate.
Posted by rtr23242526
Member since Dec 2022
3295 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 12:54 pm to
Stupid rules have stupid games
Posted by OlGrandad
Member since Oct 2009
3567 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 12:57 pm to
Bunch of little Asian kids going to have daily work hours increased.
Posted by N0T SURE
Member since Dec 2023
355 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 1:08 pm to
I'd like to see LA Gear or Brittish knights come into the mix.
Posted by jonnyanony
Member since Nov 2020
10645 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 1:12 pm to
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UF and a few other flagship schools use the stupid Jordan brand for football. I wonder if that money also goes straight to Nike or if it's separate.


The brands pay the schools for this, not the other way around.
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