Recruiting and NIL

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As I said before NIL is just legal bribe money to get kids to come to school. Before it was under the table now it's legal.
 

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As I said before NIL is just legal bribe money to get kids to come to school. Before it was under the table now it's legal.
So then what’s the issue and why is NIL bad? It’s not changed the have and the have nots in any recruiting battle. OSU is still dominant, so is Bama and Georgia.
 

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So then what’s the issue and why is NIL bad? It’s not changed the have and the have nots in any recruiting battle. OSU is still dominant, so is Bama and Georgia.
Because with it being legal bribe money it's even more out there IMO now people know they won't get in trouble if caught so go ahead and do it even more.
 

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Because with it being legal bribe money it's even more out there IMO now people know they won't get in trouble if caught so go ahead and do it even more.
It’s been bribe money for decades. And there is zero evidence it’s more than 5 years ago. You think doners / boosters were afraid to get caught 5-10 years ago ? No. Because what could the NCAA do to them ? Nothing. The school gets the collateral damage
 

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Because with it being legal bribe money it's even more out there IMO now people know they won't get in trouble if caught so go ahead and do it even more.
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In the Reggie Bush / NCAA fiasco who got the punnishment ? Lloyd Lake or Todd Mc Nair? Well not Lake who gave the benefit, McNair the assistant coach for the show cause and USC got the collateral damage. Can’t touch a booster unless it’s a criminal violation
 
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