SEASONS ARE CHANGING
Spring brings a flurry of change on college campuses. Sports are wrapping up, students are studying for finals and preparing for graduation and summer break. And by now, all student-athletes should have reported their earnings from NIL opportunities and be planning for next year’s opportunities.
Football coach weighs in
Paying a player to attend a particular school is still a violation of NCAA rules, but NIL deals have quickly become intertwined with recruiting — both high school prospects and the growing number of college transfers. Read what Nick Saban, head football coach at Alabama, thinks of the current state of college sports.
Who is responsible for NCAA violations?
Former Oregon football player, Doug Brenner, filed a lawsuit against his college coaching staff for NCAA violations. Learn more about the opening testimony here.
TAXES, TAXES, TAXES
NIL deals and taxes
April marks the end of tax season. We hope that all student-athletes who took advantage of NIL opportunities were able to properly report the income.
Check out Ohio
Will Ohio be the next state to allow NIL opportunities for highschool athletes? The conversation is on the table.