Arizona State set to enter NIL collective

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The reality of not having a solid NIL program, you eliminate 80% of the players you are trying to recruit out of high school and the portal per coach Dillingham.

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The reality of not having a solid NIL program, you eliminate 80% of the players you are trying to recruit out of high school and the portal per coach Dillingham.

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So we're pretty much screwed unless the big boys start putting up big money? Wonderful.
 
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So we're pretty much screwed unless the big boys start putting up big money? Wonderful.

Well, ASU saved some money by Ray Anderson resigning. Oh wait, forget about that.

I'm sure Michael Crow is working on it too... never mind.
 

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Well, ASU saved some money by Ray Anderson resigning. Oh wait, forget about that.

I'm sure Michael Crow is working on it too... never mind.
Technically, I don’t believe the schools can directly do NIL? As a result, that is why you have these collectives that operate outside of the university structure. I believe that is done to avoid the players being university employees
 
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Technically, I don’t believe the schools can directly do NIL? As a result, that is why you have these collectives that operate outside of the university structure. I believe that is done to avoid the players being university employees

I understand, however, I believe it's up to the administration to hire the right coaches and provide a nurturing environment.

Improvements to the basketball facility are long overdue.
 
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A chance to understand more about NIL from Brittani Willett, executive director of Sun Angel Collective.

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I didn't even know that Bourguet was getting enough NIL money himself to be able to give this kind of donation. Maybe he has some other kind of wealth too. Nice gesture and effort in any event.

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Ten plus prominent ASU boosters reportedly contributed a significant amount of money towards the NIL effort at a private Sun Angel Collective event on Thursday.

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Yep, Green gone, after wanting to leave last year too. Kid's gonna get paid.

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I read that Green could get $300,000 or more. If so, I can't really blame him. Green's a very good player, but he won't be playing on Sundays. This is his one chance to make some money for himself and his family before his football life ends. I'm glad we got 3 years out of him - he was fun to watch.
 

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I read that Green could get $300,000 or more. If so, I can't really blame him. Green's a very good player, but he won't be playing on Sundays. This is his one chance to make some money for himself and his family before his football life ends. I'm glad we got 3 years out of him - he was fun to watch.
I think he can make a team. BJ is 6'1 270#. Victor Dimukeje is 6'2 262# and I think could be as possibly as good as him.
 

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I think he can make a team. BJ is 6'1 270#. Victor Dimukeje is 6'2 262# and I think could be as possibly as good as him
Yeah, he's not too small or obviously not an NFL body. Lots of guys can be random contributors on D-lines. BJ too.
 
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Hopefully, donors will step up to the plate in the "Million Dollar Match" campaign.

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University of Missouri just got a single donation in the amount of $62 million. $50m will be out towards stadium renovations while the remaining amount will go to NIL.

Ross Dellenger, on the College Football Enquirer podcast said that $12m NIL amount is an amount that would cover one year of NIL payments for the upper tier programs. He stated this one year amounts range between $10m-$15m
 

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Missouri as a state has been really aggressive (proactive?) with NIL. This includes the law that enables high schoolers to get NIL funds if they enroll in a Missouri college (I think I got that right). The money flowing through college football, particularly in the SEC where Mizzou plays and the B1G is truly amazing.
 

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Missouri as a state has been really aggressive (proactive?) with NIL. This includes the law that enables high schoolers to get NIL funds if they enroll in a Missouri college (I think I got that right). The money flowing through college football, particularly in the SEC where Mizzou plays and the B1G is truly amazing.
aggressively proactive.

I don’t think it’s really matters at this point but ASU cannot and will not ever make up the distance at this point. The only way balance returns is probably making the players employees and creating a salary cap that is fully enforced. The problem is, that system will lead back to the $1000 handshakes and under table payouts
 
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