NCAA delays vote on name, image and likeness rules after Department of Justice conversation


The NCAA delayed a vote on new legislation that would allow college athletes to profit off their name, image and likeness on Monday after the Department of Justice’s warning. The NCAA’s Division I Council announced on Monday that it had delayed that vote and another on new transfer rules. It is unclear when the council will return to vote on the proposals. (Yahoo! Sports)

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NCAA delays vote on name, image and likeness rules after Department of Justice conversation


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