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Ole Miss QB Jaxson Dart inks college football's first-ever private jet deal with Nicholas Air


Jaxson Dart hopes to soar up draft boards during his senior year at Ole Miss. Either way, the Rebels star will be flying high. The 20-year-old Ole Miss quarterback reached a historic Name, Image, and Likeness (NIL) deal on Tuesday that marks a watershed moment for college sports. Dart's new NIL deal is with Nicholas Air, a private jet company. (Sporting News)

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Ole Miss QB Jaxson Dart inks college football's first-ever private jet deal with Nicholas Air


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