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re: Oregon gets unlimited NIL from CEO

Posted on 7/10/24 at 2:38 pm to
Posted by chadr07
Pineville, Louisiana
Member since Jan 2015
8164 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 2:38 pm to
Man don’t you just love NIL. Keeps getting better and better
Posted by bamabaseballsec
Member since Dec 2020
1592 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 2:38 pm to
I'd like to see LA Gear or Brittish knights come into the mix.


Maybe Oklahoma should try family double dare
Posted by rtr23242526
Member since Dec 2022
3295 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 2:39 pm to
I think..regulations are legal especially with a conservative sometimes reasonable Supreme Court

Nfl has caps
This post was edited on 7/10/24 at 2:40 pm
Posted by N0T SURE
Member since Dec 2023
355 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 2:41 pm to
You went way back to nickelodeon and Marc summers on that one.
Posted by TexasOnTop
Member since Nov 2023
1738 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 2:45 pm to
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We have recruited better than them since then and are currently ranked 2 spots higher than them in the recruiting rankings. Not worried....


They’re favorites to sign 3 more 5 stars. They will finish with the #1 class.

quote:

Last time we played Oregon in 2022, we mopped the floor with them....49-3.

I remember that game. Personally I think Oregons style of football will never win a championship. While coaches have come and gone, their recipe has stayed the same. Fast paced, get athletes in space and go, but it lacks physicality.
Posted by RD Dawg
Atlanta
Member since Sep 2012
27345 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 2:46 pm to
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What you can do is institute a high school draft


About as absurd as capping NIL

There's zero chance a "draft" for HS kids could hold up in court.
Posted by rtr23242526
Member since Dec 2022
3295 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 2:53 pm to
Capping nil is reasonable..nfl has caps
Posted by 3down10
Member since Sep 2014
23487 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 2:55 pm to
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Capping nil is reasonable..nfl has caps


The NFL has no caps on NIL. The players are free to sign as many NIL deals as they want. For example, those All-State commercials with players are NIL deals.

But the NIL deals they get are legit, not NIL deals as a means of pay to play.

It would be illegal to put any caps on NIL. The only thing the NCAA can do is put limits on boosters, if they grow the balls to do so. Should have been done to start with.
This post was edited on 7/10/24 at 2:56 pm
Posted by AGGIES
Member since Jul 2021
5987 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 2:55 pm to
Hhahaha. The irony of this thread is delicious….
Posted by rtr23242526
Member since Dec 2022
3295 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 3:02 pm to
Gotcha..but college nil is more like salary...the marketing aspect is total bullshat
Posted by scrooster
Resident Ethicist
Member since Jul 2012
38094 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 3:02 pm to
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Maybe so boomer.

I bet you pacemaker needs a new battery.

And I bet your arse dildo needs a new battery ... the battery powered one, not the handmedown heirloom one that's half a longhorn with a gerbil carved on the tip. The model you multigenerational tsips cherish and then pass on to your sons.

You just had to make this about age didn't you .... you little snot-nosed ageist t-sip frick.

Show your elders some respect.
Posted by rtr23242526
Member since Dec 2022
3295 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 3:04 pm to
Alot legal now can be made illegal again between congress ncaa and courts .. can easily bring back an amateur status for college athletes
Posted by Old Money
Member since Sep 2012
36891 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 3:06 pm to
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I hope he succeeds.


Same. With no salary cap the sport is even more of a joke than it already was.
Posted by Monsusta
#1 Rant User 2023-24
Member since Oct 2023
1319 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 3:06 pm to
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.... you little snot-nosed ageist t-sip frick.

Melt much?
Posted by jonnyanony
Member since Nov 2020
10645 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 3:07 pm to
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I think..regulations are legal especially with a conservative sometimes reasonable Supreme Court


Unless you're paying the player and it's a stipulation of a contract you cannot put any limit on their ability to monetize their own name, image, or likeness
Posted by PeleofAnalytics
Member since Jun 2021
2903 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 3:11 pm to
I'm sure his family appreciates that inheritance going to professional athletes for some vanity project.
Posted by 3down10
Member since Sep 2014
23487 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 3:21 pm to
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And I bet your arse dildo needs a new battery ... the battery powered one, not the handmedown heirloom one that's half a longhorn with a gerbil carved on the tip. The model you multigenerational tsips cherish and then pass on to your sons.

You just had to make this about age didn't you .... you little snot-nosed ageist t-sip frick.

Show your elders some respect.


When I was young, people would tell me they had t-shirts older than me.

I thought they were joking.

Now I look at young people today and I think - I really do have t-shirts older than them.

It's not actually a joke.

Posted by rtr23242526
Member since Dec 2022
3295 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 3:31 pm to
Young people are a turrible thing but it's the older generations fault
Posted by Darindawg
Member since May 2022
2147 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 4:03 pm to
"They'll sign the #1 class..."

Iiiiiii dunno. Maybe. But the usual suspects in the recruiting championship race (UGA, Ohio st and Bama) are definitely not done yet either.
Posted by Houag80
Member since Jul 2019
9772 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 4:06 pm to
That's right you little runt. Someone always has a richer daddy.

Sucks to be you.
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