That depends on what your definition of what robust is.

Oh, really?

A top NCAA executive says representatives of the association’s top-level schools will be presented with a “very robust set of proposals” concerning changes to rules governing athletes’ ability to make money from their names, images and likenesses.

In a video interview posted by the association, NCAA vice president for Division I Kevin Lennon said: “I think there may be some who are actually a little bit surprised, candidly, at how far these recommendations are going and how robust they are.”

There are all kinds of surprises, Kevin.

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3 responses to “That depends on what your definition of what robust is.

  1. Hogbody Spradlin

    Robust? Oy, what bullshit.

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  2. Gaskilldawg

    Sounds as if there is a contingency plan for playing for TV cameras with campuses closed to other students and they realize the uproar from Congress if at the same time players are denied NIL money

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  3. Mayor

    I’m glad to hear that the NCAA is having such a robust discussion about robust proposals to allow robust compensation to student athletes if they play robustly.

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