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Kudos to whoever did this!
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nil as in zero. am i right? just play the game like you belong there.
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I think YMCA hit the nail on the head.
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Already controversial....NIL rules make it clear that you can not use NIL to entice a recruit by telling him/her that LSU will give them better opportunities to make money from NIL.
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Lol ok sure You can’t pay recruits either look how well that rules been followed
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Players just got richer and coaching just got harder! Thumbs up for the hype video!
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Another hype video, thank God. I can't live without them. They're so necessary and are not a complete waste of time and aimed at teenage kids whose balls just dropped about six months ago.
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I kind of understand NIL, but this video presentation provided no information about anything. It was just "errybody against LSU." It's simply not coherent. If this is what's coming out of LSU, then maybe I need to consider sending my family to a different university for and education.
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I think this was there way of saying they’ve been promoting their athletes well before NIL came into play and that was an example of things they’ve done and not what they can do. It’s pretty much we promote our student athletes in every sport and the only change will be them getting paid. Other schools will start doing it now, but LSU was one of the first.
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In response to admin reply below to my original post. Thanks for the clarification. I wasn't getting it.
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Not everybody is gifted with the brain to interpret things like this
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I don't understand how this is going to work? Come play football at fill in the blank university and we will give you $1,000,000 to do a Dodge Charger Commercial?
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Well they need to figure it out and get onboard or get left behind. I can assure you that Texas, Ohio State Alabama, Clemson, Oklahoma, Miami, Florida State, USC, Auburn, Florida, Georgia etc...have already figured this out and more.
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Let the arms race begin. Boot up.
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Pay raises for athletes! It's about time. Green coupons have lost their purchasing power.
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How much is this going to affect the "Team Concept" of College Sports? Will it turn into a "I" and "Me" thought process when the money $$$ comes into play?
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Just play the game.
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Just flip the burgers.
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Wish Will Stout would come back. This has got to make a guy like him much more valuable to a team, right?
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This will lead to former athletes seeking reparations. Huge legal conundrum will ensue.
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The transitions showing LSU player highlights to pro highlights was really cool. The Sam Burns one gave me chills.
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Get out in front or get left behind. Good job.
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3/10 very MEH video
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What does NIL mean?
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Name Image Likeness
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Name Image Likeness... basically college athletes can profit from their name, image and likeness- I.E. Get paid for sponsorships. You'll see LSU players in ads and video games now, and they'll get paid for it. For example, you may see Trojan Condoms sponsored by Max Johnson.
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