Joe Maiorana-USA TODAY Sports
Ohio State hosted an NIL Corporate Ambassador Program in Columbus to encourage business to endorse players on Thursday. While speaking to around 100 local business leaders Thursday morning. According to Doug Lesmerises of, Buckeyes head coach Ryan Day said the program will need $13 million spent in NIL deals to maintain a competitive roster, especially at the QB position...

"Day said the Buckeyes have been gathering information by talking to recruits and their families and getting a sense of what other schools might be discussing with NIL deals," Lesmerises wrote. "He said he believes right now top-shelf quarterbacks require $2 million in NIL money. Major offensive tackles and edge rushers he said are about $1 million."
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KAGTASTIC23 months
Wonder what the IRS is thinking about having to look into all of these deals....oh wait
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Datbayoubengal23 months
Crazy how TAMU drove prices up IMMEDIATELY!
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6R1223 months
Sad to see
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CanebreakCajun23 months
Big money boosters will tire of these amounts very quickly.
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idlewatcher23 months
Especially without solid results. If Aggie doesn’t make the playoffs in the next 2 years, that 30M went down the drain
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TheFlyingTiger23 months
this is advertising what you'll get at his school.
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AtlantaLSUfan23 months
Stop paying them.
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TutHillTiger23 months
How does that end up being i my 13 million
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BobABooey23 months
Nice alter, Larry.
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