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NCAA pausing NIL investigations in wake of Tennessee case


After another courtroom loss, the NCAA has told its enforcement staff to halt investigations into booster-backed collectives making name, image, and likeness deals with Division I athletes. The Division I Board of Directors directed enforcement staff "to pause and not begin investigations involving third-party participation in NIL-related activities." (Associated Press)

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NCAA pausing NIL investigations in wake of Tennessee case


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