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00:00:00
So, guys, welcome back.
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Fix my headphones.
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I am back with another video.
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Today's video is a topic that I thought would come to fruition, and it's finally come to fruition and suitable.
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A is making changes to their rules.
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As far as athletes been have.
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It's a benefit from their likeness.
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Now all the details have not come out yet, so this deal won't be very long.
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But I'm just going to talk about some of the things that have already come to fruition.
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Things are already talking about doing before I get started.
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Don't forget the Follow me A.
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Simply me underscore a V on Twitter.
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I am a part of the unwrapped sports Network.
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Let's jump into it.
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Why did they suitably make these changes? I've had a video about the incidental A.
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I did a video about the unsuitable A, um, in the college athlete.
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You know, should they go to college? Should they not? Of course, the D League slash MBA pathway program is now available for a lot of guys.
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Actually, there was a guy who was a number is the number one PG in the country.
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He's one of the top gee leagues ash in the A pathway program.
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So I'm gonna look him up in a minute.
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I'm gonna talk about him, but I want to get into this.
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Why are they doing this now? Why? All of a sudden efforts have been fighting for this for a while now.
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It has been in the works for a while as well.
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But the athletes have really been wanting this.
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So right now the changing of the guard started happening.
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I want to say, a couple of years ago, I think LaVar ball, I would actually say this.
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I think who People had an effect on this LaVar ball enrich Paul.
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Now that you know, it doesn't matter how you feel about LaVar Ball.
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How have spoken? He is things like that.
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But he has changed the game of basketball.
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Texas guy Texas 12.
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Thank you for joining broadcast.
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I appreciate it.
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K C D C 1993.
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Thank you for joining broadcast.
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I appreciate it.
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The volleyball, I think, is one of the reasons why has changed.
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And rich Paul, which Rich Paul clips sports, you know, guys, notice LeBron James's agent.
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I think he has something to do with this until, but I'm just thinking about it from a basketball sense.
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Football makes the most money, but basketball also makes a lot of money.
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Is where I think for bomb makes the most money.
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Yes, it does. Football makes the most money.
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Of course, they have more fans short of season, but more fans.
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Basketball is second.
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So I think those two guys were very, very, very instrumental in this rule.
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And then you have football into the mix as well how much they make from the cultural while playoffs, TV's endor*****ts, all these, all these schools have their own network.
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I mean, you know, Texas has a Longhorn network, which makes I think the most money out of any college has our own network.
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Uh, Notre Dame gets all the games own NBC on Saturday.
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So on Saturdays on NBC, they show every, um, nor Did Ain't Game.
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If I'm thinking correctly, I know it's not just home games.
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I think it's all of their games.
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They show every Notre Dame game of SEC for football, have CBS ABC plays at the A C C.
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The Big 12 sec, fax sports plays, the Pac 12 the Big 12 mainly the Paektu of in the Big 12 on, um Fox.
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So all these companies and syndicates are benefiting from these college football players, and you guys know the rise of social media has just taken off.
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Um, you know, now these athletes are getting their verified checked by their names, and they're still in college, So you just see the changing of the guard.
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I'm happening.
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Look happening.
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Excuse me? LaVar ball salt with basketball.
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Hey, my sons aren't gonna Well, the memo is not gonna go play in college.
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He's wants to go and play in my league.
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Uh, Casey D c.
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Nice 9 30 Thank you for the tip.
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I appreciate it.
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You know, Lemelle Oh played one year UCL because they were all committed to u C L A few guys remember all the ball brothers were committed.
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No matter.
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U c l A, um And then let Melo just chose his own path.
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So as these players starting to realize, Hey, I can go make money, learn again.
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Learn the game of basketball training like I need to train and learn the business of basket.
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I think I'd rather do that for a year when I know I'm gonna be a lottery pick other than going to college for a year, having to go to class, having a schedule, having to do this, having to do that, I can help my family out now rather than struggling.
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Always bring up the Roman noodle and peanut Butter Challenge Jelly Sandwich Store because that's what I used to eat in college.
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Roman nose Peabo jelly sandwiches and water and Gatorade.
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That's what I would love that combination meal.
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A lot of athletes loved it, too.
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Wells athlete.
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But you get my drift.
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They loved it to, um so, Yeah, it's it's really you're really just kind of rolling the dice If you love the college atmosphere.
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I've said this before.
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We love that college atmosphere.
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You wanna go play four year? You wanna, you know, learn, get your education about a college.
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But if you know you're gonna be a lottery pick and you need money now and you need to get your parents or whoever is taken care of you out of a situation now, then, yes, that g league slash N b.
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A pathway program is for you beers fast while you got the stuff of one.
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So with football, uh, it's just more physical.
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I don't know why the football is three years and basketball shoes one.
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I think football is more physical.
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Ah, a lot more taxing on your body.
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I think they might have something to do with it.
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You know, college baseball you could get get drafted out of high school for baseball, but the football became a football is way more physical at the pro level.
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So them spending a couple of years in college because you know guys have to develop their bodies and makes sense to me.
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Three years, I don't know, I probably would could football down the two, But that's just me.
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I'm I'm a woman's.
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I'm not playing football, so I would probably cut it down to the one and done rule in college.
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I like that because a lot of guys aren't ready to go to the N B. A shred of high school.
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You don't find their me in those players.
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Those players are a dime a dozen.
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Those Kevin Garnett, It's LeBron James, Kobe Bryants.
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Those players like that are a dime a dozen.
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You don't find many players that are ready to go from high school to the N B A.
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Just like that, like one your college will benefit you.
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Mellow went to cultural one year, won a national championship.
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So I say all of that to say this.
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Let's just dive into this video.
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I've talked enough about players and things like that, but there's doubt into the video now.
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I'm gonna have to do some research on this and get back to you guys.
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This This is from the Chicago Tribune, of course, announcing Wednesday.
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It supports the rules.
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Changes of the Board of Governors supports the rule changes that would allow athletes to cash in or their names, image and likeness and social media accounts by January 2 2021.
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That's pretty quick off.
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So the next cause football playoff when you're hash tagging, Whoever hashtags sunshine, which is travel. Lawrence.
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Um, he's gonna make money from that Ah, hash tag.
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Justin Fields, um, playing quarterback for House, that he's gonna make money from neck so that this is gonna happen pretty quick, so it's gonna happen in about seven months.
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We're we're in.
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May We start made tomorrow.
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He's gonna be happening about seven months.
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That's pretty quick.
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It's just in time for the cost.
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About playoff.
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It's just in time for conference play for these conferences.
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For college basketball is just in time for baseball softball seasons as well.
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So we're gonna really see what kind of rules are going to implement.
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They're going to get into more details right now.
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It's just the base they've approved it on.
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They support it.
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So we're just gonna come to see what kind of rules they're gonna have.
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We're gonna have to have some rules and guidelines.
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And it says, How will this affect the likes of Illinois's Northwestern or Today in school, such as the pollen led Loyola, which is in Chicago? They don't feel football programs.
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Why was gonna Dame Illinois and Northwestern on here? I have to figure that out, guys.
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I'll figure that out.
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But here's eight eight things to know about the Double A's new endor*****t rules that will change the face of college sports.
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Okay, so here we go guys, let's dive into it.
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A rule number one, even though even those in the know don't know everything.
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Um, yes.
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What role will agents play? What prevents a school from a promising, promising recruit promise.
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What prevents a school from promising a recruit? Come here.
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You'll get $1000 an hour for signing autographs at the auto dealer.
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Wow, Um, there will probably be more questions now than before, Illinois's men's basketball coach Brad Underwood said.
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We've got time.
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It's not like the kicks like this kicks Angela first.
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Excuse the cliche, but it will come, the new able to come, the new normal.
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It's exciting to consider the possibilities.
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All right, now, which school stands to benefit? Here we go.
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This is where this gets interesting.
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Got with school stands.
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Which school stands to benefit the big time programs in the rule towns and smaller cities Think cleansing.
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Nor today of Oklahoma State.
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I will state Penn State, Texas and IAM, Illinois's basketball.
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And how about the programs? There are only the only game in town such as Nebraska.
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I will Arkansas and Kansas basketball, and it talks about Illinois basketball star A O dia Dawson Dawson.
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You build his name in Chicago and could have crashed and cashed in a long I 57 during a sensational sop****re season.
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Yeah, he just he declared, for the draft guys Okay, here we go.
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This is what his coach had to say.
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Some people automatically think that it will be just the stars, Brad Underwood said.
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I don't think so.
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Especially for in steak.
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It's Tyler Underwood, the coach's son and a walk on guard is probably not going to be on appointed Billboard.
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But he may be able to teach young people in the camp or clinic and come up with another way to be creative and social media.
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So everybody on the team looks like they're gonna have a role.
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You know, you have those certain guys on the bench that are on the bench toe up your G P A.
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Um you have the guys at the stars, and you have the guys that are waiting for the stars to leave to take their place to wait. Their turn.
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Now Number three.
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What school stand to loose the small fish in a big pine? The ones in the pro sports towns thinking u C L.
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A.
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USC, Stanford, Minnesota, Miami, Boston College and, yes, Northwestern.
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Okay, now this is why, um, they said Illinois is no question in order days.
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So this is answering that question.
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Why has Notre Dame had truly marketable football, player says, since the Darnell Autry from 1995 Rose Bowl team.
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So no flesh is not big on football basketball there, but they don't really have a marketable player.
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So I guess this is where all these different schools come into play.
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Um, truest Number one.
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Pan Ryan, a billionaire.
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True, is the number one supporter is number supporter.
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Is Pat Ryan a being there? You guys know, nor forces like one of those schools.
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Education is very important, but it is likely just to get harder for football coach Pat Fitzgerald to beat out more today in Wisconsin for recruits saying for men's basketball coach Chris Collins, when he's up against Illinois or Indiana, it's hard to envision DePaul or Loyola, which are both in Chicago players benefiting much in a pro sports town.
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You guys know Chicago Bears of the Cubs, the White Sox, the Bulls on the Chicago Blackhawks.
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So they have a lot of professional teams in Chicago.
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Number four.
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This is a huge win for players in parentheses.
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Duh.
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They can't use school logos or trademarks and as such as the coaches, same as the pros but there is no cap on how much they can be paid.
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Chris Collins was a was a Duke assistant coach when JJ Red**** number four jersey, blew up.
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Red**** didn't see a penny, so that's kind of where it goes, guys.
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Duke is a big school. It's in North Carolina.
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Got North Carolina, NC State and Duke all there, right down the road from each other.
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Basically, um, that's the one kid in my time where everybody said, Man, he deserves an opportunity to get something from this fame, Collins said.
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I've always been very supportive of guys being able to maximize their value because they have a small window, Um, all for it.
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As long as we figure out a way to level the playing field and make it for for everybody, I think that's the biggest gripe.
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They want to make sure it's fair for everybody.
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But there are just certain players.
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You just go to seeing you goto watch.
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It's just the way it goes.
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Number five Well, borderline pros remain in school.
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Would a you doesn't move? Likely a second round NBA draft pick have stayed more than two years.
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If he could have signed hundreds of autographs for $20 apiece.
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How about Illinois's guard Kofi ****burn? He declared his, well, guys, who has declared for the NBA draft but can remove his name by June Dirt.
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I don't think it hurts, Brian Underwood said.
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Everybody's situation is different.
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But when you think in terms of people helping their families, that can impact will, it will see That's my biggest thing.
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People usually leave because it helps their families, so family is very important.
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That video net your national check that out.
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Here we go. Number six coaches like this.
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They also are weary of it.
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What what it would do to the team dynamics.
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A player averaging 18 gets more for his autograph than the one was made.
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Function on a rebound.
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*** screens.
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How much jealousy was centered that in the locker room, these young kids and everybody's fighting.
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I can see how that could happen.
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These are young kids.
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Everybody's fighting for position.
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Everybody's fighting to keep their scholarships, so I can I can understand that point of view.
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Number seven.
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This should kill talk of paying players.
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The concept was always absurd, given that it is impossible to have a salary structure that addresses a range from Zion Williamson to the start third string left Garden Northwest into it fencer at Ohio State.
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If athletes are paid, can they be fine? Trade? It could.
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And if athletics are run, so you like a business, why even bother with nonrevenue sports? The legislation allows others to pay athletes their fair market value.
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In that way, the school's hands are clean.
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It is not be, be a lot of controversy because you guys knows I am.
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Winston was the face of college basketball last year.
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He was just the face, um everywhere you went, Zion Williams saying.
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You want to watch those do games Do came on TV all of the time.
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Course the A.
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C C is pretty competitive basketball wives, but do came on TV a lot because of Zion Williamson Williamson.
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ESPN has so many pelicans games on because of Sion were sending.
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Of course, he got hurt and then he came back.
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They've probably had probably like 11 or 12 games on on ESPN slash ABC, just for Dia Williams and or TNT, just for the Zion Williamson Effect alone.
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No one he was living a more draft pig, nor they wanted to watch him play.
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So guys like him, it's hard not to say, Hey, get your money.
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But he want to come back to do he actually say man, coming back to Duke? I would cause he left college so much.
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Number eight, how will this heart athletic departments that this is a big one as well? The big ticket alumni who donate buy sweets and have their companies advertising arena could shift those dollars toe athletes themselves with that trickle down and reduce the salaries of coaches as the power dynamic shift towards players.
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So you money brings power.
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I don't care how you slice it.
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Um, money Brain's power.
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Um, it just does.
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So when the players have the power women players are making the money.
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They have some type of power.
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Um, so that's just how he goes.
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That's America s America period.
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Make sure this is off, guys.
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All right, here we go.
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I'm gonna dive into this a little bit, guys, and I'm gonna get off here.
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I just want to read some things from the Chicago Tribune because we don't know exactly all the details yet, but we just know that we know a date.
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We don't know the details yet, so I just want to bring some things to you guys. Is attention.
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Okay, here we go.
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A college basketball's recruiting world took a turn on Tuesday when news broke that five star point guard.
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The Shine.
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No Dacian Knicks sedation Knicks ever probably made a change of plans and will not play for U.
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C.
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L.
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A. Next well, instead, be heading to the G leagues Pathway program.
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He confirmed to 7247 Sports Evan Daniels.
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It's happening, guys.
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He's number 15 player in his class, he joins Jalen Greene.
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Isaiah Type.
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What's become a seemingly viable alternative routes of the MBA for high end prospects who don't want to attain college.
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So he's Alaskan born.
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He committed to U C L. A. August 2019.
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He played his high school ball in Las Vegas at Trinity International High School.
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He didn't play you at all.
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Basketball with the team had a feeling shoe company in ST Start for simply fundamental and independent squad that was only operated by his high school coach and legal guardian, Greg Black, which Nix, who had already signed with the Bruins was the highest rated recruit in the UCL. A class.
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Wow, this That was huge.
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That was huge.
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He poured his.
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He poured his name, I wondered. Other players will do it as well.
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He's number 15 prospect.
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So he was in the top 20 65 £205.
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Um, number he what? He is number one PG.
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That's what I thought.
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You know, one PG in the country.
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I thought so.
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Let me Let me see if I can find anything else.
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Guys, I'm gonna get out for here.
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I just want to come on her and share that with you guys, just in case you guys and know what was going on and also talk about, um, the recruit that poured his name.
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Um, I think that's it, guys.
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So that's it for this video.
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Ah, thank you guys so much during the broadcast.
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I appreciate it.
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I'm coming back, Baby Date Say is day 10 of the 30 for 30 Siri's.
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So I'll be back with that video, probably within the next 30 minutes or so ago.
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I fold some laundry and things like that, but I appreciate you guys so much I've had a long day.
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I'm very tired.
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My body is tired of being cooking and cleaning and just doing a lot today.
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I'm not gonna work.
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I appreciate you guys coming on here and watching me the last day of April.
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We're going to continue to push hard, um, through these tough times and everybody is going through.
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And also, it's tough times that we're going through.
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Amber Vickers Is Live! Is the NCAA finally appreciating the beauty of the college athlete?

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Apr 30, 2020
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Amber Vickers @MsAV32USN

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So, guys, welcome back.
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Fix my headphones.
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I am back with another video.
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Today's video is a topic that I thought would come to fruition, and it's finally come to fruition and suitable.
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A is making changes to their rules.
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As far as athletes been have.
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It's a benefit from their likeness.
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Now all the details have not come out yet, so this deal won't be very long.
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But I'm just going to talk about some of the things that have already come to fruition.
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Things are already talking about doing before I get started.
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Don't forget the Follow me A.
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Simply me underscore a V on Twitter.
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I am a part of the unwrapped sports Network.
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Let's jump into it.
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Why did they suitably make these changes? I've had a video about the incidental A.
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I did a video about the unsuitable A, um, in the college athlete.
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You know, should they go to college? Should they not? Of course, the D League slash MBA pathway program is now available for a lot of guys.
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Actually, there was a guy who was a number is the number one PG in the country.
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He's one of the top gee leagues ash in the A pathway program.
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So I'm gonna look him up in a minute.
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I'm gonna talk about him, but I want to get into this.
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Why are they doing this now? Why? All of a sudden efforts have been fighting for this for a while now.
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It has been in the works for a while as well.
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But the athletes have really been wanting this.
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So right now the changing of the guard started happening.
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I want to say, a couple of years ago, I think LaVar ball, I would actually say this.
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I think who People had an effect on this LaVar ball enrich Paul.
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Now that you know, it doesn't matter how you feel about LaVar Ball.
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How have spoken? He is things like that.
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But he has changed the game of basketball.
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Texas guy Texas 12.
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Thank you for joining broadcast.
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I appreciate it.
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K C D C 1993.
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Thank you for joining broadcast.
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I appreciate it.
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The volleyball, I think, is one of the reasons why has changed.
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And rich Paul, which Rich Paul clips sports, you know, guys, notice LeBron James's agent.
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I think he has something to do with this until, but I'm just thinking about it from a basketball sense.
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Football makes the most money, but basketball also makes a lot of money.
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Is where I think for bomb makes the most money.
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Yes, it does. Football makes the most money.
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Of course, they have more fans short of season, but more fans.
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Basketball is second.
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So I think those two guys were very, very, very instrumental in this rule.
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And then you have football into the mix as well how much they make from the cultural while playoffs, TV's endor*****ts, all these, all these schools have their own network.
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I mean, you know, Texas has a Longhorn network, which makes I think the most money out of any college has our own network.
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Uh, Notre Dame gets all the games own NBC on Saturday.
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So on Saturdays on NBC, they show every, um, nor Did Ain't Game.
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If I'm thinking correctly, I know it's not just home games.
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I think it's all of their games.
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They show every Notre Dame game of SEC for football, have CBS ABC plays at the A C C.
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The Big 12 sec, fax sports plays, the Pac 12 the Big 12 mainly the Paektu of in the Big 12 on, um Fox.
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So all these companies and syndicates are benefiting from these college football players, and you guys know the rise of social media has just taken off.
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Um, you know, now these athletes are getting their verified checked by their names, and they're still in college, So you just see the changing of the guard.
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I'm happening.
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Look happening.
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Excuse me? LaVar ball salt with basketball.
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Hey, my sons aren't gonna Well, the memo is not gonna go play in college.
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He's wants to go and play in my league.
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Uh, Casey D c.
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Nice 9 30 Thank you for the tip.
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I appreciate it.
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You know, Lemelle Oh played one year UCL because they were all committed to u C L A few guys remember all the ball brothers were committed.
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No matter.
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U c l A, um And then let Melo just chose his own path.
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So as these players starting to realize, Hey, I can go make money, learn again.
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Learn the game of basketball training like I need to train and learn the business of basket.
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I think I'd rather do that for a year when I know I'm gonna be a lottery pick other than going to college for a year, having to go to class, having a schedule, having to do this, having to do that, I can help my family out now rather than struggling.
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Always bring up the Roman noodle and peanut Butter Challenge Jelly Sandwich Store because that's what I used to eat in college.
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Roman nose Peabo jelly sandwiches and water and Gatorade.
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That's what I would love that combination meal.
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A lot of athletes loved it, too.
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Wells athlete.
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But you get my drift.
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They loved it to, um so, Yeah, it's it's really you're really just kind of rolling the dice If you love the college atmosphere.
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I've said this before.
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We love that college atmosphere.
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You wanna go play four year? You wanna, you know, learn, get your education about a college.
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But if you know you're gonna be a lottery pick and you need money now and you need to get your parents or whoever is taken care of you out of a situation now, then, yes, that g league slash N b.
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A pathway program is for you beers fast while you got the stuff of one.
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So with football, uh, it's just more physical.
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I don't know why the football is three years and basketball shoes one.
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I think football is more physical.
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Ah, a lot more taxing on your body.
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I think they might have something to do with it.
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You know, college baseball you could get get drafted out of high school for baseball, but the football became a football is way more physical at the pro level.
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So them spending a couple of years in college because you know guys have to develop their bodies and makes sense to me.
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Three years, I don't know, I probably would could football down the two, But that's just me.
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I'm I'm a woman's.
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I'm not playing football, so I would probably cut it down to the one and done rule in college.
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I like that because a lot of guys aren't ready to go to the N B. A shred of high school.
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You don't find their me in those players.
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Those players are a dime a dozen.
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Those Kevin Garnett, It's LeBron James, Kobe Bryants.
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Those players like that are a dime a dozen.
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You don't find many players that are ready to go from high school to the N B A.
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Just like that, like one your college will benefit you.
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Mellow went to cultural one year, won a national championship.
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So I say all of that to say this.
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Let's just dive into this video.
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I've talked enough about players and things like that, but there's doubt into the video now.
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I'm gonna have to do some research on this and get back to you guys.
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This This is from the Chicago Tribune, of course, announcing Wednesday.
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It supports the rules.
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Changes of the Board of Governors supports the rule changes that would allow athletes to cash in or their names, image and likeness and social media accounts by January 2 2021.
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That's pretty quick off.
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So the next cause football playoff when you're hash tagging, Whoever hashtags sunshine, which is travel. Lawrence.
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Um, he's gonna make money from that Ah, hash tag.
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Justin Fields, um, playing quarterback for House, that he's gonna make money from neck so that this is gonna happen pretty quick, so it's gonna happen in about seven months.
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We're we're in.
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May We start made tomorrow.
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He's gonna be happening about seven months.
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That's pretty quick.
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It's just in time for the cost.
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About playoff.
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It's just in time for conference play for these conferences.
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For college basketball is just in time for baseball softball seasons as well.
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So we're gonna really see what kind of rules are going to implement.
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They're going to get into more details right now.
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It's just the base they've approved it on.
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They support it.
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So we're just gonna come to see what kind of rules they're gonna have.
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We're gonna have to have some rules and guidelines.
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And it says, How will this affect the likes of Illinois's Northwestern or Today in school, such as the pollen led Loyola, which is in Chicago? They don't feel football programs.
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Why was gonna Dame Illinois and Northwestern on here? I have to figure that out, guys.
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I'll figure that out.
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But here's eight eight things to know about the Double A's new endor*****t rules that will change the face of college sports.
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Okay, so here we go guys, let's dive into it.
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A rule number one, even though even those in the know don't know everything.
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Um, yes.
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What role will agents play? What prevents a school from a promising, promising recruit promise.
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What prevents a school from promising a recruit? Come here.
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You'll get $1000 an hour for signing autographs at the auto dealer.
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Wow, Um, there will probably be more questions now than before, Illinois's men's basketball coach Brad Underwood said.
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We've got time.
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It's not like the kicks like this kicks Angela first.
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Excuse the cliche, but it will come, the new able to come, the new normal.
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It's exciting to consider the possibilities.
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All right, now, which school stands to benefit? Here we go.
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This is where this gets interesting.
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Got with school stands.
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Which school stands to benefit the big time programs in the rule towns and smaller cities Think cleansing.
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Nor today of Oklahoma State.
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I will state Penn State, Texas and IAM, Illinois's basketball.
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And how about the programs? There are only the only game in town such as Nebraska.
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I will Arkansas and Kansas basketball, and it talks about Illinois basketball star A O dia Dawson Dawson.
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You build his name in Chicago and could have crashed and cashed in a long I 57 during a sensational sop****re season.
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Yeah, he just he declared, for the draft guys Okay, here we go.
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This is what his coach had to say.
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Some people automatically think that it will be just the stars, Brad Underwood said.
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I don't think so.
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Especially for in steak.
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It's Tyler Underwood, the coach's son and a walk on guard is probably not going to be on appointed Billboard.
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But he may be able to teach young people in the camp or clinic and come up with another way to be creative and social media.
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So everybody on the team looks like they're gonna have a role.
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You know, you have those certain guys on the bench that are on the bench toe up your G P A.
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Um you have the guys at the stars, and you have the guys that are waiting for the stars to leave to take their place to wait. Their turn.
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Now Number three.
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What school stand to loose the small fish in a big pine? The ones in the pro sports towns thinking u C L.
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A.
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USC, Stanford, Minnesota, Miami, Boston College and, yes, Northwestern.
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Okay, now this is why, um, they said Illinois is no question in order days.
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So this is answering that question.
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Why has Notre Dame had truly marketable football, player says, since the Darnell Autry from 1995 Rose Bowl team.
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So no flesh is not big on football basketball there, but they don't really have a marketable player.
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So I guess this is where all these different schools come into play.
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Um, truest Number one.
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Pan Ryan, a billionaire.
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True, is the number one supporter is number supporter.
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Is Pat Ryan a being there? You guys know, nor forces like one of those schools.
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Education is very important, but it is likely just to get harder for football coach Pat Fitzgerald to beat out more today in Wisconsin for recruits saying for men's basketball coach Chris Collins, when he's up against Illinois or Indiana, it's hard to envision DePaul or Loyola, which are both in Chicago players benefiting much in a pro sports town.
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You guys know Chicago Bears of the Cubs, the White Sox, the Bulls on the Chicago Blackhawks.
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So they have a lot of professional teams in Chicago.
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Number four.
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This is a huge win for players in parentheses.
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Duh.
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They can't use school logos or trademarks and as such as the coaches, same as the pros but there is no cap on how much they can be paid.
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Chris Collins was a was a Duke assistant coach when JJ Red**** number four jersey, blew up.
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Red**** didn't see a penny, so that's kind of where it goes, guys.
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Duke is a big school. It's in North Carolina.
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Got North Carolina, NC State and Duke all there, right down the road from each other.
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Basically, um, that's the one kid in my time where everybody said, Man, he deserves an opportunity to get something from this fame, Collins said.
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I've always been very supportive of guys being able to maximize their value because they have a small window, Um, all for it.
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As long as we figure out a way to level the playing field and make it for for everybody, I think that's the biggest gripe.
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They want to make sure it's fair for everybody.
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But there are just certain players.
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You just go to seeing you goto watch.
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It's just the way it goes.
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Number five Well, borderline pros remain in school.
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Would a you doesn't move? Likely a second round NBA draft pick have stayed more than two years.
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If he could have signed hundreds of autographs for $20 apiece.
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How about Illinois's guard Kofi ****burn? He declared his, well, guys, who has declared for the NBA draft but can remove his name by June Dirt.
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I don't think it hurts, Brian Underwood said.
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Everybody's situation is different.
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But when you think in terms of people helping their families, that can impact will, it will see That's my biggest thing.
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People usually leave because it helps their families, so family is very important.
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That video net your national check that out.
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Here we go. Number six coaches like this.
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They also are weary of it.
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What what it would do to the team dynamics.
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A player averaging 18 gets more for his autograph than the one was made.
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Function on a rebound.
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*** screens.
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How much jealousy was centered that in the locker room, these young kids and everybody's fighting.
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I can see how that could happen.
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These are young kids.
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Everybody's fighting for position.
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Everybody's fighting to keep their scholarships, so I can I can understand that point of view.
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Number seven.
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This should kill talk of paying players.
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The concept was always absurd, given that it is impossible to have a salary structure that addresses a range from Zion Williamson to the start third string left Garden Northwest into it fencer at Ohio State.
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If athletes are paid, can they be fine? Trade? It could.
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And if athletics are run, so you like a business, why even bother with nonrevenue sports? The legislation allows others to pay athletes their fair market value.
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In that way, the school's hands are clean.
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It is not be, be a lot of controversy because you guys knows I am.
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Winston was the face of college basketball last year.
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He was just the face, um everywhere you went, Zion Williams saying.
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You want to watch those do games Do came on TV all of the time.
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Course the A.
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C C is pretty competitive basketball wives, but do came on TV a lot because of Zion Williamson Williamson.
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ESPN has so many pelicans games on because of Sion were sending.
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Of course, he got hurt and then he came back.
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They've probably had probably like 11 or 12 games on on ESPN slash ABC, just for Dia Williams and or TNT, just for the Zion Williamson Effect alone.
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No one he was living a more draft pig, nor they wanted to watch him play.
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So guys like him, it's hard not to say, Hey, get your money.
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But he want to come back to do he actually say man, coming back to Duke? I would cause he left college so much.
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Number eight, how will this heart athletic departments that this is a big one as well? The big ticket alumni who donate buy sweets and have their companies advertising arena could shift those dollars toe athletes themselves with that trickle down and reduce the salaries of coaches as the power dynamic shift towards players.
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So you money brings power.
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I don't care how you slice it.
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Um, money Brain's power.
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Um, it just does.
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So when the players have the power women players are making the money.
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They have some type of power.
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Um, so that's just how he goes.
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That's America s America period.
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Make sure this is off, guys.
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All right, here we go.
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I'm gonna dive into this a little bit, guys, and I'm gonna get off here.
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I just want to read some things from the Chicago Tribune because we don't know exactly all the details yet, but we just know that we know a date.
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We don't know the details yet, so I just want to bring some things to you guys. Is attention.
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Okay, here we go.
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A college basketball's recruiting world took a turn on Tuesday when news broke that five star point guard.
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The Shine.
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No Dacian Knicks sedation Knicks ever probably made a change of plans and will not play for U.
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C.
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L.
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A. Next well, instead, be heading to the G leagues Pathway program.
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He confirmed to 7247 Sports Evan Daniels.
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It's happening, guys.
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He's number 15 player in his class, he joins Jalen Greene.
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Isaiah Type.
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What's become a seemingly viable alternative routes of the MBA for high end prospects who don't want to attain college.
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So he's Alaskan born.
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He committed to U C L. A. August 2019.
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He played his high school ball in Las Vegas at Trinity International High School.
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He didn't play you at all.
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Basketball with the team had a feeling shoe company in ST Start for simply fundamental and independent squad that was only operated by his high school coach and legal guardian, Greg Black, which Nix, who had already signed with the Bruins was the highest rated recruit in the UCL. A class.
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Wow, this That was huge.
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That was huge.
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He poured his.
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He poured his name, I wondered. Other players will do it as well.
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He's number 15 prospect.
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So he was in the top 20 65 £205.
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Um, number he what? He is number one PG.
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That's what I thought.
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You know, one PG in the country.
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I thought so.
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Let me Let me see if I can find anything else.
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Guys, I'm gonna get out for here.
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I just want to come on her and share that with you guys, just in case you guys and know what was going on and also talk about, um, the recruit that poured his name.
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Um, I think that's it, guys.
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So that's it for this video.
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Ah, thank you guys so much during the broadcast.
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I appreciate it.
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I'm coming back, Baby Date Say is day 10 of the 30 for 30 Siri's.
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I appreciate you guys coming on here and watching me the last day of April.
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