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We're gonna be covering the unseen away talking about, you know, they they have allowed announced that they have a wild kids.
Now, Teoh get paid for money, paid for merch.
That is in their names.
So, you know, if they get it, If they get a jerseys sold, then you know that that counts.
They get the they get paid for it.
Considering that into Jersey in their name, I want something pleasant and OK, so easy in German.
No, I said, um, ladies and Children, Okay, the inside of my breaking news Nancy don't play has get allowed kids to get paid for merch.
That is in their name.
Now it is going to be split 50 50.
They said split 56.
Then he split 50 50.
So the ante Nobilo gets half the team, the kids get half.
So you know, this actually could be really revolutionary.
Um, considering that these kids that the n c double A, these kids, before this, kids there were gamblers coming up to kids that you know, weren't the best, weren't the worst players, but were, you know, the best players and saying here, Hey, here's $10,000.
Um, go, uh, Gil throw bad pastor thrown interception, you know, And so they throw the interception, the gamblers would get the money.
And I mean, that's happened in all sports.
It's been happening since this war began.
And I mean, that's gonna actually work here with the NC Double A kids allowing, you know, getting allowed to, you know, make money off this.
And I think for the kids, this is really good to you because the kids, you know, they deserve a little bit of law there again, there in Jersey, sold in their name.
Well, you know, the DNC double A in their school are making so much money while they're making nothing, and they're pretty much in debt for the whole entire year, even if you know, they're not even playing.
Even if they're not even, you know, playing they're still in debt in college debt throughout their life, Will, they're like, Okay, we're not gonna play in the NFL.
So, you know, I'm gonna chase a business thing.
Well, yeah, I'm out of 20 years later.
Yeah, I'm out of debt now.
Finally, and then two years later, I'm back in debt.
But you know what's annoying is the anti doubly schools are, you know, well, denying is that they weren't allowing kids to get paid.
And now, kids, are you going to get paid for stuff? They're going a lot.
I'm pretty sure they're going to start to allow him to, you know, do drop deals with Nike and draw.
You know? That's why that's why LaVar Ball pulled his boys at a college is because they weren't allowed to, you know, get an actual veal.
So horrible created big baller brand.
Yeah, he made so that Nike could make shoes for his sons, you know, so sons could have ah, quality shoes there.
Shoes in their name believes in hell.
In the end, you don't delay.
Uh, I'm pretty happy about this, considering that, you know, Ah, the kids.
You know, now a lot of make money and, you know, they can have a job while they have a water playing and see doughboy level.
And they can win if they, you know, get some money on the court. They hit.
You know, on the, um, you get some money on the job, they're gonna be out of debt in like, a year.
Most likely, though, the and they won't even get into debt.
Most likely, they'll be able to pay it off.
And, you know, that's why kids are getting jobs now.
And, you know, that's pretty good.
But next, Um, but he answered away, Okay, paying kids.
The first thing to pay kids is the paying kids for the memorabilia sold is good.
Is good, good, good.
But the next thing that hat that's gonna happen, I guarantee it is that kids are now are now going to start asking for memorabilia for pay during the tournament because, you know, if a kid were when the if to out let's see, like if you kid like Jalen Bronson were to win the, uh, were when the you know, if Jalen Bronson and Job don t ge Vincenzo, you know, that's why De Vincenzo laughter.
He had one breakout game.
He's already in the n b A, and he's playing, which is pretty good.
He's pretty remarkable player, but, you know, you know, imagine if they had let's say, you know the purse for the NC Double A tournament.
Purse for March Madness.
The Courage for March Madness.
I mean, like actual money.
Purse. Here we go.
Okay, Natural, like in all the take away.
What? Each guy, it's no, I don't want this music festival.
No, let's just get no much.
Ah, let's see money that a school gets money that school it for winning Mark Madness Trying to find an actual therapy head really in the conference has played 10 million over over six years.
Um, and the school earns a project of projected 1.
So its annual payments So you know its annual payments.
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You've been You've been a pain in the neck to me.
Caylee's and German, you know what is like, ah, school.
You know, getting it is over six years, you know, they get they get the 1.
67 million over six years.
But you know what makes players mad is that they're the all stars.
They're the guys they're playing if they don't make any money.
And I I'm I am completely honest with that.
To be honest with that, it's completely ridiculous.
You know, the school is getting paid money like, you know, even high schoolers.
It's going to start becoming high school like high school kids should get, like, a little bit of a cut from winning for the money that a school gets from winning the state championship.
And, you know, for like, other kids, you know, on the NC, Double A.
I don't think high schoolers should get money.
They should just get a job.
But, um, you know, even my school, you know, makes money for the championships.
We yet And it's, you know, it's sure amount, but, you know, we don't want any of that money yet, you know.
But I think that that should only be for anti double eighteens, not even high schoolers, you know, but anti Noble A, You know, if you if you sell a jersey, this is why I, like the Giants, are not teams like the Giants.
Teams like the Trojans, when they sell the Jersey is they're not gonna have to give their their football jerseys.
They're not gonna have to give any money to anybody considering that if they get a nine jersey in the advertising is U S C.
Number nine jersey you're gonna get Oh yeah, I'm getting a number nine jersey like I have a number nine years.
He used to be juju Smith, Schuster, jersey.
Now it's keeping Slovis, if that's what One of the great things about USC is that, you know, you get a jersey and it could be any player.
Throughout the years, like I remember went from juju to believe John, I believe some guy Greg Johnson.
I believe he's still place off the Trojans and then Keaton's Lois, you know, I'm still Greg Johnson.
It's still great.
It's still a great thing.
That's why teams that don't put names on the back of our jerseys are gonna make up ton of money off of this, and the market has to pay any other players.
But you, when you are see, does like cell basketball jerseys.
They're gonna have to, you know, pay their schools because it's how they advertise it.
If a team advertises their jersey, let's say two ledgers.
He goes on as to his name on it or no, let's say the L S u No.
Okay, who could be say, Let's say that, um what would team? So what college, I swear.
Uh what? Um, let's say Northwestern Ah said makes a Noah a Patrick Lynch jersey or whoever that dude is.
Number 42 actually know.
Uh, I'm thinking of his guys that went to the draft where I'm trying.
Oh, let's hit Oklahoma State makes a tuber Cuba Hubbard jersey.
And they put his name on the back then and they advertised as a tuba Hover jersey.
They have to give him some of the money if he does, If they advertised as that, you it doesn't have his name on the back, and they still advertises the triple hover jersey.
They have to give him some of the light if because this is how schools are going to get away with, you know, not having to pay their players is they put just a number no name on the back and they don't act.
They advertise it as a jersey number 31 jersey.
You know, let's say to barber, you know, instead of putting Chua's name and averaging as a Cuba homer jersey, the average it as a actual jersey.
I don't know if Yeah, Tom.
For what? For a tipping me.
Um, and ah, here you go.
You know, every person that comes on my life stream actually get so follow.
I've actually followed everybody that comes on my life stream.
Um, you know, there are some nt double a tournament payouts, ladies and you gentlemen, And I mean the payouts or pretty insane.
Uh, each conference has paid $10 million to the conference, but the school is paid the school.
A school earns its conference a projected 1.
67 million over the next 67 years of that six years.
So that's the school.
The school earns tools that $260,500 each year, and that started in 2016.
So, you know, we'll tell us.
See, end of going the anti doubles championship.
They win and your crowd goes wild.
Then let's see 50% of that, then 50% of to 6500 which is, uh, 132.
25 goes still players.
And then they average that they break that from too you know, they break that to 60 toe 1005 100.
They break that into, you know, let's say 12 players are on the team, so 12 si o no, pull the calculator here because I can't do 12 in my head.
12 and I head there calculator dot com Just to check my answer.
Two goes into to 60.
Five clear to 60.
500 divided by two iwas Yeah.
Um And then you divide that over 12 players and you get each player against all right.
10,854 and 16 cents for winning that championship over the next six years.
So that's, like 60,000.
You know, full player players paid out.
Um, you know, the players paid out, but I don't I assume that right here.
Yeah, let's say 18 seventh out.
7206 36 11 cents would be if there were 18 players on a team.
You know, that would be the people, but, you know, you know the kid, it first thing is is gonna be this thing, and then the next thing is gonna be tournament revenue.
And then after, you know, 10 tournament writing you it's going to turn into, most likely, you know, would most likely be.
Well, almost likely turned into, like, that'd be pretty much the end.
I mean, which is going to be pretty good that a kid is getting a lot.
That anti double is allowing a kid actually make money in the family, cause that kid, you know, what makes me mad is that kid could end up working at her hurt, you know? You know why this is hers.
Wait, you're you're the Heisman Trophy winner, right? Yeah, I am.
And he's like, Why are you love working at a hurts? And he's, uh, no.
Colin, uh, just come pick your car up, sir.
You know that that could be something that happens to a Heisman Trophy winner.
Or someone that you know doesn't elect to go in the NFL, but, you know, ends up not making right money choices, and then, you know, well, they should set up like a What they should do is they should set up a portfolio, are not a portfolio of savings account, and that kid is not allowed to access that savings account until after college.
And you know, that's what would be great for, you know, anti double kids.
Getting a lot of pay much is because you'd have thes kids and let's say, Oh, I've made, you know, $10,000 you know? But I don't get that $10,000.
12 22 because, you know, oh, are until I finish, call it.
So let's say this one player elects to go and his go after a stroke.
We give you the money.
You know, if you go and after your senior year find you get all the money, you know, because we could at end of having kids out of out of college was like $50,000 which would be great.
And, you know, so long as that kid is an alcoholic, I'm pretty sure or a drug, you know, in a **** D uh, he'd most likely be, you know, set as Woman's.
He makes the run in investments and, you know, gets a nice job and get to call a sugary or a college degree and just gets in.
But ah, that's pretty much it. That was entitled.
Like allowing kids to get paid.
That is merchants sold in.
Ah, players name.
Why does it say Hashching MBA in there? I don't know why.
It's his hashtag MBA, some retailers and Joan.