The NCAA Compensating Players Was a PR Stunt

These changes were not as impressive as marketed

Katelyn Ohashi, Zion Williamson, Trevor Lawrence, Kyler Murray
The walls are closing in on the NCAA to make change. Illustration: Trent Joaquin; Source: Getty Images

In a recent decision, the NCAA’s top governing board voted unanimously to allow college athletes to receive compensation for the use of their name, image and likeness. Each of the NCAA’s divisions must still create their own rules and details on the specifics.

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@FredTJoseph Frederick Joseph is founder and CEO of We Have Stories.
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