Not all conferences award “bonuses” to teams participating in the College Football Playoff, but the SEC and Big 12 do.
Up to 15 Ole Miss student athletes will participate in charitable work on behalf of Meals Up in exchange for flights for their family to attend games.
In this interview, I’m joined by immigration attorneys Ksenia Maiorova and Amy Maldonado, who’ve both successfully secured visas for student athletes that allow them to monetize their NIL.
A workshop for parents on how to get started with NIL, ways to monetize NIL, contract terms to look for, questions to ask prospective agents and more.
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Kentucky QB Will Levis joins the podcast to talk about his NIL strategy and his deals so far.
Philadelphia is considering a bill to help youth athletes navigate NIL, including providing legal and accounting assistance.
Has NIL at the college level increased sponsorship opportunities for the pros? A new trend suggests the answer is yes.
Data from INFLCR shows the difference between money flowing from collectives compared to non-collective sources.
University of Michigan Regent Jordan Acker joins the podcast to discuss the role of the Board of Regents relative to athletics issues and opportunities.