I think the NIL numbers out of the P5 Football Factories will be eye popping, as will contrived "educational" support payments directly from those universities. Numbers stemming from the P5 parasites and certain G5 programs will cover a broader spectrum. Ultimately, those schools that want a bigger piece of the multi-billion dollar annual college revenue pie will have to "invest" bigger dollars in all forms of payments. The universities will be able to "control" their spend, but they'll have little to zero "control" over the NIL spend. Initially schools and their athletic programs will think they can "coordinate" the NIL spend from their alums, but eventually they'll begin to see the alums cutting their own deals with the stellar recruits and players. And through it all, the now gelded NCAA will sit there and watch.
Tulane is the University of Louisiana