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This isn't part of NIL

My understanding is the supreme court ruled last summer that the NCAA could not restrict any "educational" related benefits that schools wanted to provide their athletes. I.e. if a school wanted to provide an athlete a computer, the NCAA couldn't rule that that was excessive. Furthermore, a school can provide up to $6k in cash as an "educational" benefit as well.

(In response to this post by buffaloaded)

Link: Ole Miss First to Financially Reward Athletes for Academic Achievement

Posted: 11/22/2021 at 2:08PM


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