Future Of College Sports With Name, Image And Likeness Compensation
The NCAA on Wednesday declared that student athletes can financially benefit from their name, image and likeness even in states that didn’t pass legislation.
The move comes after 17 states, including Ohio, pushed through similar compensation measures.
Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher, we explore how compensating athletes for their name, image and likeness will work, and the changes ahead for college sports.
- Charles Grantham, director of the Sports Management Program at Seton Hall University
- Luke Fedlam, founder and president of Anomaly Sports Group
- Cardale Jones, former Ohio State quarterback
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