One simple solution to leveling the playing field for college athletes with regard to the NIL rule is to pool every players earnings into a single fund and divide equally. This would remove the obvious risk of incentivizing players to come to a school with over zealous deep pocketed alumni.
You mean like restaurant servers pooling tips, so the really sucky ones make as much as the really good ones? No thanks.
I agree Jeremy it would never work. I do wonder though if there is jealousy on a particular team due to NIL.
Yes the sucky’ ones get the same as the good ones. The 5 star quarterback the same as the 4’8’ gymnast. This would nullify any comparative disadvantage of an Alabama over Slippery Rock U.
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