No football program left behind

If it strikes you as being a little bizarre that the NCAA’s retreat from any meaningful enforcement of players’ rights to NIL compensation makes it likely that football programs in states with NIL laws may turn out to be disadvantaged from a recruiting standpoint from those in states without… well, you’re not alone.

It’s an aggression that cannot stand, man.

Wanna bet said aide is in a state with an SEC school?


Filed under Political Wankery, The NCAA

12 responses to “No football program left behind

  1. Hogbody Spradlin

    I think that Andy Schwarz guy is mis-stating or dissembling. Just my senile guess, but the biggest threat is other states leapfrogging your state’s law. Unintended consequences are a problem too, but secondary. Sounds like Saban’s legislative staff members are on the mother. Arms race here we come.


  2. Down Island Way

    For those that believe NIL will send the “bagman” to an early retirement are sadly mistaken, he is alive and well…

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  3. ericstrattonrushchairmandamngladtomeetyou

    Wanna bet said aide is talking about the State of Georgia with its “pooling” provision?


  4. ericstrattonrushchairmandamngladtomeetyou

    Let me observe the irony of how signing a few autographs for money ruined Todd Gurley’s Heisman candidacy when he was the best player in America. Now look at what’s happened. What happened to Gurley should be laid directly at the feet of gutless Greg McGarity.


  5. Does the NCAA “no rules” position constitute a rule that negates the Georgia law? Asking for Kir…errrr…a friend.

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    • 69Dawg

      My first thought too. By the NCAA revoking the section on payment enforcement, coupled with their let the schools decide ruling it should trigger the Georgia escape clause. UGA should ask for AG opinion on it ASAP.


  6. 86bone

    Yeller Wood…just get ready!

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  7. 86bone

    But wait, we got Zaxbys!

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  8. Dylan Dreyer's Booty

    Well, maybe I don’t know but it seems to me that the NCAA was created in order to bring some uniformity to college sports. Everyone seemed to agree it was a good idea for everyone to play by the same rules. The problem arose when the NCAA kept sticking to rules that were just wrong. Hell, the NCAA hasn’t even enforced its own rules uniformly. Compare SMU from some years ago with UNC more recently. A rational group of people could have done a much better job than the NCAA has done. Now we have to go through some wild west times until we can figure it out.

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  9. uga97

    This halftime ad brought to you by Ron Desantis, Deriq King and Quikrete …”..cause when yer legs get knocked out from under, u gotta rebuild fast … and strong!”