NCAA passes NIL guidelines, threatens booster funding

The NCAA took another step by cracking down on booster-driven collectives when it comes to name, image, and likeness (NIL) payments.

The Division I Board of Directors approved the new NIL guidelines on Monday, clarifying existing statutes that prohibit reinforcements from participating in the draft. The group of school presidents approved guidance that college leaders hope will prompt NCAA enforcement staff to investigate potential rule violations, both past and future, as reported by Sports Illustrated In the past week.

Despite the clarity that comes 10 months after the NIL era, the guidelines are meant to be retroactive. Under the guidelines, NCAA enforcement staff are free to investigate those who have flagrantly violated statutes in the past.

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