Never do today what you shouldn’t do tomorrow.

Swear to Gawd, you can’t make this shit up.

Shoot, why would a cartel choosing an entity to regulate — okay, limit — how much college athletes could be paid by third parties have legal concerns?  I mean, it’s not like that kind of thinking has stopped them before.

Unless they’re finally getting tired of paying all those legal bills…


Filed under The NCAA

4 responses to “Never do today what you shouldn’t do tomorrow.

  1. rickymcdurden

    Is there another term for “legal paralysis by analysis”? Because I’m pretty sure the NCAA has (or at least thinks it has) put itself into litigious checkmate.


  2. Skeptic Dawg

    Multiple state legislatures have passed varying NIL bills. Several universities have accounted the support for NIL. Athletic departments snd universities have implemented programs fo help student athletes with the newly found cash and brand marketing. Businesses are currently signing student athletes for promotion purposes. But the student athletes are unable to accept cash until the NCAA gives their approval? Is this correct?


  3. Dawg in Austin

    Starting to feel like the amateurism wall is falling down in Indy…


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