Thanks for joining me, Everybody.
Just one top Quick about a subject that is in the news state.
Build two of six in California, which is the fair play fair pay to play Bill.
It's past the Assembly and the state Senate in California and is now sitting on the governor's desk waiting to be signed into law.
What exactly is SB 206? Well, let's discuss what it isn't.
First, I must note that if the bill signing a lot won't go to affect until January 1st 2023 and based on the following up, Sir, of the bill, The bill effectively allow student athletes to cash in on the name, image and likeness without punishment from the delay with, uh, colleges and universities.
Let me just take this real quick so that you all may see what it is I am reading from.
Uh, what I pauses should have this done before.
So this says, uh, postsecondary education Institutions shall not uphold any rule requirement, standard or other limitation that prevents a student of that institution participating in intercollegiate athletics Ernie compensation as a result of the student's name image or likeness.
Earning conversation from the use of state students made image or likeness shall not affect the students a scholarship eligibility.
Basically, what that says is these guys can go out and endorsements, et cetera, et cetera, without losing eligibility from the inside.
Additionally, the text basically says that it's due athlete, maybe commercial.
Anything a student athlete makes for commercial purposes cannot go against what the school has going on, meaning If Ford is official sponsor of school, the student athlete cannot then go on to become a spokesperson for Chevy.
It contradict each other, and that is not allowed under this bill.
More likely a school uniform and equipment deals with Nike.
This one athlete can I go inside of you, Just which makes sense to me.
You know, you want to be a mind with your company's policies and whatnot, and the school has a deal with one company.
You should not go against it.
How does this affect everyone in both but student athlete? This is a huge win.
It means, basically, that they get paid for endorsements without losing eligibility.
Think Reggie Bush when he was with us, see, came out later, after you've been a school.
That he did take on roughly $300,000 benefits many people who clearly sc DeLay or against this bill from becoming law.
But why? What I can tell you? It becomes the power of power thing and control over the schools and manipulate over the players.
Right now, they get to control the players, get to determine how the players get paid and how much they're allowed to be paid.
If this because law in California that goes out the window, the players get to control how they have to get paid, you would eliminate the cream cheese rule.
As explained by my all things ghost, I'll think Sport's co host James on our extreme he did months ago.
The cream treated cream cheese rule basically goes out the window.
It states that a player could receive a free bagel because of bagel.
Alone is a snack.
However, if you add cream cheese to the bagel and now becomes a milk and mills under the incidentally rules, as of right now, are gets gifts to players, make that player ineligible and, uh, Jet, that just doesn't make sense of it.
completely baffled me when I When I hear that tonight.
What? Cream cheese? A bagel cream cheese is a meal.
Oh, however, moving on the schools, the schools who are on the state pays is NC double A.
In my opinion, they get to benefit from this as well, because unless more states and basically all the states create similar law, California schools get to use this at the recruiting tool.