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Chansky’s Notebook: No Big Deal?


Can college athletes handle a new names-image-likeness law? The bill passed by the California State Assembly looks like the first step toward college athletes making more than the NCAA now allows. Schools could not legally pay their stars beyond the limits of a college scholarship, but outside vendors would be able to buy the NIL rights of any marketable athlete. (Chapelboro.com)

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