Taj79 Posted October 23, 2021 Share Posted October 23, 2021 So now that I've slept on this TyTy news, I think the NCAA is seeing the first case of opening a can of worms on this NIL stuff. Making chump change over t-shirts and jackets or getting a few followers on a social media site pales in comparison to an $80,000 vehicle. There is no change in this kid's pocket PLUS, he has to fill it with gas the price of which is rising like the late 70's OPEC crisis. I am sure someone can come along (Circle K) and do a NIL deal with the kid that guarantees him gas. But was this the NIL intent? There is nothing different in this car case than other instances of violations like Kentucky, Louisville, Ohio State and others. "TyTy Washington says buy a Porsche at Louisville Porsche" is meaningless outside the Commonwealth of Kentucky but so it goes. I am curious ..... how many of you think this is a valid NIL deal? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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