Clock keeps ticking, Mark.

Spring practice may be down for the count, but something else affecting college sports marches on.

DeSantis is already on record as being in favor of the bill, so I expect it to become law shortly, thereby cutting the NCAA’s time frame to act considerably.

At least Emmert’s got a little extra time to work on it now.

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6 responses to “Clock keeps ticking, Mark.

  1. 69Dawg

    This will just speed up the SEC NIL race. No state wants to be left behind for even a year.

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  2. Understanding all this could make your head hurt. It’s almost as if ESPN didnt have any air time and available resources to do real reporting, coverage, analysis, pros/cons, varying viewpoints

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  3. BuffaloSpringfield

    The one thought that I have that does Emmert stand by his guns with his first statement on the Caly introduction and say those schools shall do as they please with likeness for NLI and say GO but your athletes will no longer be amateur’s and your school will no longer be eligible for playoffs. To wit it would seem if they produce a team with ineligible players and play a SEC schedule would they not forfeit said games other than cupcake out of SEC Division Two teams would be credited wins only.
    Seems like the NCCA sails have a giant rip just from the wind and the first cannon shot will not be fired till 2021.

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  4. BuffaloSpringfield

    P.S. Senator, excuse me for saying so but as the entire world of sports is in a void your absence of wisdom makes for many a cloudy day. Try and find a pot to stir as this may unending. There is only so many times you can watch the Dawgs on Youtube and the Golf Channel has Gary Player vs. Byron Nelson.
    Your needed more than Clorox Wipes and TP. That’s a 10 out of 10 rating compared to the ladies in Hiram, Ga. that was arrested for brawling over TP.
    Dawg World needs you.

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