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bayou39
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Question on NIL
Sorry if this has been asked already.

I was wondering if there is a website or someone with knowledge that could share how LSU players were doing money wise compared to other major schools like bama texas USC ect


LetTheValleyShake
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re: Question on NIL
That’s someone’s personal financial information bud. Would you like it if there was a website telling us every financial deal you ever made?


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SG_Geaux
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re: Question on NIL
Wow.


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GeorgeTheGreek
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re: Question on NIL
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Would you like it if there was a website telling us every financial deal you ever made?


Based off of OP’s question - he provably hasn’t made many.


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Got Blaze
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re: Question on NIL
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Would you like it if there was a website telling us every financial deal you ever made?

Thinking out loud as one could make an argument either way. LSU is a public University and all State employee salaries are published for anyone to see. LSU employee salaries - link Curious if athletes will eventually be considered "public employees". I'm guessing since they are not PAID by the State for NIL endorsement deals, their personal finances would be private information. Since athletes will have to pay taxes on earned income from the Name Image & Likeness, can their tax returns be subpoenaed and made public ? Does the FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) apply to this matter concerning public records ? Regardless, Pandora's Box has been opened and the playing field is not level.

With regard to how much money John Doe or Jane Doe earns from NIL contracts, good for them as most will only have several years to take advantage of this offer. Once their college career is over, 99% will be working in the real world like the rest of us.
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