Players will receive orange blazers, custom mini-fridges and a season supply of Reese’s Peanut Butter cups
Marty Ludwig, Director of Trademarks and Licensing at University of Cincinnati, joins the podcast to discuss current trends and issues in licensing.
LSU football fans looking for another way to show their fandom while supporting the student-athletes on the field will now have an opportunity to do…
UNC WBB athlete Deja Kelly joins the podcast to talk about how she’s using NIL to have a positive impact on younger athletes and to support single mothers.
Indiana and Wisconsin are among a growing number of athletic departments helping to educate local businesses on NIL.
Where’s the line between permissible NIL deal and impermissible “pay for play” when it comes to professional teams offering NIL deals?
Wildcat student-athletes will appear on the Kentucky-specific platform Blue Chips
Penn State will have the only football program in the nation whose eligible athletes will receive PTD.
This new podcast is all about personal branding and entrepreneurship for college athletes in the era of name, image and likeness.
On a recent podcast episode, Rose put the Fab Five’s success in perspective with the NIL era