Potential NIL impacts of forced sharing under Title IX

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Talk that NIL money going forward will have to be shared equally with women sports under Title IX rules.
https://www.nytimes.com/athletic/546670 ... ed_article
From an administrative perspective, colleges must comply with Title IX regulations. Using financial assistance as a reference, Title IX stipulates that the total amount of assistance awarded to men and women must be substantially proportionate to their participation rates in athletic programs.

According to Alabama’s 2023 Equity in Athletics Disclosure, about 52 percent of Alabama’s student-athletes are women. If NIL dollars were to be distributed the same way, that could have an impact on how in-house dollars are spent on student-athletes. Byrne is a strong advocate for Title IX but acknowledges a possible change from current operations.


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Just read an article that the NCAA may be libel for $2 billion. Couldn’t post the article on this thread.

Any truth in this. It would surely end college sports as we know it.
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Dave breslin wrote: Wed May 15, 2024 7:59 am Just read an article that the NCAA may be libel for $2 billion. Couldn’t post the article on this thread.

Any truth in this. It would surely end college sports as we know it.
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