Faculty Hard cash-In: Inside Texas Tech QB Tyler Shough’s Prepare For NCAA’s New ‘Name, Impression & Likeness’ Regulation

DALLAS – A new era of university athletics commences this week and Texas university student-athletes are on the forefront and in a prime position to reward. Texas Gov. Greg Abbott signed the Texas NIL monthly bill into legislation, permitting college or university athletes to be compensated for the use of their identify, image and likeness — recognised by its abbreviation “NIL” – beginning on July 1. The regulation enables athletes to make income for anything at all from advertising appearances to product endorsements, autograph periods, training sessions and social media content.

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