BRING IT ON!!!!!!
I miss this game so much. I want to take the job at Jacksonville State and push NIL so hard that I make my way up the ranks to win a national championship at Duke with the best dual-threat quarterback in the country.
Then I take the Nebraska job and win 10 championships in a row.
Devaney and Osborne would have nothing on me.
Here is the statement:
“We are watching the recent developments regarding student-athlete name, image and likeness very closely. It’s still very early stages at this point, and we plan to explore the possibility of including players in EA SPORTS College Football. For now, our development team is focused on working with our partners at CLC to ensure the game authentically showcases the great sport of college football and the more than 100 institutions signed on to be featured in our game.”
Got another copy of the EA Sports/CLC proposal to FBS schools, dated Jan 15, with fewer redactions than previous copies. Here's a bit more info on the money schools may make from the game:— Matt Brown (@MattBrownEP) June 25, 2021
Appears to be a four year license proposal pic.twitter.com/tVNegAXd8P
SPORTS! SPORTS! SPORTS! SPORTS! SPORTS!
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D'Eriq King: Miami football QB opens NIL era with three deals - Sports Illustrated
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“STICK TO SPORTS!” Nah.
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