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Texas QB Arch Manning got paid to lend his support to the upcoming EA Sports College Football 25 video game. According to Pete Nakos of On3 Sports, he was given between $50,000 and $60,000 to promote the game, along with $600 and a copy of the game in exchange for lending his name, image and likeness to the development of the game...
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So all the other guys who have made positive and major contributions on the field only get 600 and the game, but a backup QB that has done nothing but a have a famous last name gets 60k and a commercial. When you tell me this kid isn't doing this and that for money, you can miss me with that. Same way about him making money at Texas. The Manning's are trying to keep everything so hush hush and are doing anything to make sure his image is pristine. Kid aint no different from Ewers who left Texas to collect a million dollar check from an Ohio St booster, then went back home after a year.
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Mr Happy9 days
His name is bankable.
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Name. Image. Likeness.
This is exactly what NIL was intended to be. Instead, it has become "Now it's legal"
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This is true NIL, not the collective crap we have now.
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Love when these companies light money on fire. As if paying Arch- $50k - $60k- is going to move the needle to get more people to buy the game. We were already buying it. So they think paying him that money will entice 500-600 more people to buy it- the amount needed to break even on what they paid him? Lol. Morons
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Shaq4prez10 days
its as dumb as Doritos having 5 super bowl commercials. Every knows what a dorito is and what it tastes like. A commercial isnt moving the needs, especially a commercial at 7 million dollars for 30 seconds
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Domeskeller9 days
Yep. I didn't need a Manning dweeb to be in the game for me to buy it.
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Drizzt10 days
This guy will be a bust
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Rex Feral10 days
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