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College football realignment fallout: What's next with Texas, Oklahoma stating intent to leave Big 12 ...

CBS Sports 26 Jul 2021
The shock that came when this news first broke last week hasn't worn off and won't for quite some time ... On the field, Oklahoma is the No. 1 program in the Big 12 ... Why stop at a limit of 25 scholarships per year? The SEC could, on its own, go to 30 ... A Miami booster is essentially paying players for being on scholarship with the Hurricanes ... Quickly ... () ... .
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College football must eventually answer the million-dollar question | KEN WILLIS

Daytona Beach News-Journal 25 Jul 2021
Show Caption. Hide Caption. What is NIL and what does it have to do with the NCAA?. What does NIL stand for? What does it have to do with the NCAA?. Adam Hensley, Des Moines Register ... A South Florida gym operator is offering $6,000 for the upcoming season to all Miami Hurricanes scholarship players who will help promote his chain of fitness centers.
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UCF offers 2024 Daytona Beach Mainland WR James Randle Jr.

Orlando Sentinel 23 Jul 2021
... the speedy Mainland youngster, who is piling up scholarship offers.
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A million-dollar deal before ever starting a game? Welcome to college football and NIL.

The Post and Courier 21 Jul 2021
Everybody's had equal scholarship, equal opportunity,” Saban said ... Every scholarship player at Miami has been offered $600 per month to endorse American Top Team, a nationwide chain of mixed martial arts gyms created by avowed Hurricanes superfan Dan Lambert.
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Nick Saban's million-dollar remark about Bryce Young again proves the unmatched savvy of Alabama's coach

CBS Sports 21 Jul 2021
HOOVER, Ala ... Genius, really. The statement raised eyebrows as well as the temperature in every recruiting office ... The owner of a string of mixed martial arts gyms has promised every scholarship player at Miami, Saban's Week 1 opponent, $6,000 per year for endorsements if they opt in ... The logo ... Summer school came along and was covered by the scholarship.
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Prep Notebook: Oakland County loaded at receiver for 2021 season

The Oakland Press 19 Jul 2021
We think he’s ready to take a giant step this season as a go-to playmaker.” Birmingham Groves receiver Jaden Mangham comes into the 2021 football season with scholarship offers from Alabama, Notre Dame, Florida State, Miami (FL), Illinois, Virginia Tech, Baylor and West Virginia.
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Dan Mullen on Miami name, image and likeness deal: ‘Is that legal?’

Tampa Bay Times 19 Jul 2021
HOOVER, Ala. — Gators coach Dan Mullen is still learning the logistics and legalities of name, image and likeness. Like the recent news in Miami that a mixed martial arts gym will be offering $500 a month to every Hurricanes scholarship player. Mullen was asked about it Monday at SEC media days during a small gathering with local reporters ... “... • • • ... .
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LCA cornerback Jordan Allen honors Penn State commitment with pledge to Lions

The Advocate 17 Jul 2021
Allen, who pledged to the Big Ten program on Saturday afternoon at the LCA Sportsplex, picked Penn State over Miami and Louisville. "Penn State was like a family to me," said Allen, who has racked up 48 scholarship offers. "They talked to me about the big picture ... Earlier this summer, Allen took official visits to Louisville and Miami ... I was their No ... .
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Six Athens County students receive scholarships from Foundation for Appalachia Ohio

The Athens Messenger 16 Jul 2021
Six students graduating from various high schools across the county in 2021 have received scholarships aimed to help them with post-secondary education from the Foundation for Appalachia Ohio (FAO) ... Connor Lenigar, a 2021 graduate of Trimble High School, and Isaac York, a 2021 graduate of Alexander High School, were awarded the AK Steel Scholarship.
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Birchmeier gives Penn State first commitment for class of 2023

The Sharon Herald 16 Jul 2021
The 6-foot-5, 275-pound interior offensive lineman holds numerous scholarship offers from Power Five programs, as Georgia, Miami, LSU, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Notre Dame and others have offered ... The Nittany Lions were the second school to offer him a scholarship, as they extended one in February 2020 ... “Excels as wrestler ... ....
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Notae pitching Razorbacks' worth to 4-star recruit

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 16 Jul 2021
ESPN 4-star junior shooting guard Stephon Castle recently received a scholarship offer from the ... Castle, 6-6, 200 pounds, of Covington (Ga.) Newton, has 11 other scholarship offers from schools such as Auburn, Florida, Ole Miss, Vanderbilt, Miami, Georgia Tech and Connecticut.
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Rob Oller: Anything goes? In Wild West of NIL, sports may become a town without ...

The Columbus Dispatch 15 Jul 2021
In Miami, businessman/booster Dan Lambert is using NIL in hopes of turning the Hurricanes into the power program that collected five national titles from 1983 to 2001. Lambert, who runs America Top Team, a national training academy for MMA fighters, will offer a $500-per-month NIL deal for every Miami scholarship player ... And Miami is pushing.
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Latin GRAMMY Cultural Foundation® Awards Juanes Scholarship to Xavier Cintrón

The Marshall News Messenger 13 Jul 2021
MIAMI--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jul 13, 2021--. The Latin GRAMMY Cultural Foundation ® awarded the Juanes Scholarship to 18-year-old cuatro puertorriqueño student Xavier Cintrón during a special presentation with the artist in Miami ... "This annual scholarship represents our investment in both education, and equality ... Gifted Tuition Scholarship Recipients..
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Rutgers mailbag: How NIL impacts Scarlet Knights, football season outlook, more

NJ dot com 13 Jul 2021
I think I had a different reaction than most when news broke about Dan Lambert, a Miami booster who owns a chain of MMA-focused gyms in Florida, offering every scholarship Hurricanes player $500 a month (or $6,000 a year) to advertise for him on social media ... Miami signed 22 high school recruits during the 2021 cycle.
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Name, Image and Likeness Won’t Destroy College Sports

The Knoxville Focus 13 Jul 2021
By Mark Nagi. Name, Image and Likeness (NIL) finally came to collegiate athletics back on July 1st ... If the NCAA had been willing to give in at least a little bit, we may not have gotten to this point for a few decades ... But now? Well, you have an MMA camp offering up to $6000 to every player on scholarship at Miami in exchange for endorsements ... ....
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