by Larry LeoNovember 6, 2013
According to USA Today, coaches trademarking their names and phrases is the next big thing to hit college football. And apparently, Clemson and Ohio State are leading the way. First, Clemson...
quote:And the Buckeyes...
"At a time when none of his players can make money off their fame in college sports, Clemson football coach Dabo Swinney has trademarked his name."
"Swinney even has a deal under Clemson's licensing program to sell merchandise that bears his name. His attorney has opened discussions with Clemson athletics director Dan Radakovich about adding a separate licensing agreement to Swinney's employment contract."
quote:You can read more on the matter here. How do you feel about this?
"Ohio State is in the process of trademarking coach Urban Meyer’s name and the phrase “Urban Meyer Knows,” U.S. Patent and Trademark Office records show. Kansas State has a detailed licensing agreement to use the name and likeness of Bill Snyder. Washington coach Steve Sarkisian negotiated the right to approve all uses of his name, voice, signature or likeness."
Filed Under: NCAA Football
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