Spry 5 – February 8, 2022

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Last week we announced our new product, SpryConnect, which will streamline communication within Athletic Departments. By taking this step forward as a company we can provide the excellent software originally designed for NIL management and dive deeper into helping student-athletes find success!


Spry expands to offer compliance software

Spry released a new product earlier this week called SpryConnect. SpryConnect will help manage Athletic Department compliance operations and NIL processes on one streamlined platform.

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Should the NCAA step in?

Last July, the NCAA told schools to follow school policy or state laws when it came to NIL on their campuses. Now 7 months later is it time for the NCAA to step in and set additional guidelines? At this point, the only rule they enforce is that student-athletes can not be paid for simply being athletes.

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Where do Olympian student-athletes come from?

It shouldn’t be a surprise that a huge number of winter Olympics athletes come from the University of Utah! Check out who is representing the Utes this year in Beijing.

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What is the cause of an NIL Investigation?

Are some of the major concerns about NIL manipulation starting to pop up? The NCAA is investigating University of Oregon booster activity to see if there has been a breach of the new NIL legislation.

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​​NIL really is for everyone

J.R. Smith a former NBA star has returned to college and joined the golf team at North Caroline A&T. As a student-athlete Smith is eligible for the same NIL opportunities as all other collegiate athletes. He recently signed with Excel Sports to handle his NIL deals.

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