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Five Heart Podcast Episode 233: NIL, Bill Moos, and Will Bolt

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It’s another episode of the Five Heart Podcast!

Jon and Todd get together and discuss the events of the week.

Will Bolt gets his contract extended!

Bill Moos gets paid a lot of money to go away! Some may be outraged at the nearly $3M Moos is getting is owed to him due to terms of his contract that UNL decided they would end. We are not outraged. We are two tired old men who would take this deal any time it was offered.

It is a historic week as NIL goes into effect for college athletes around the nation. We discuss some of the latest NIL deals, like LEXI SUN’s clothing!

Jon points out he did an interview with the CEO of a multi-billion dollar company that nearly no one listened to! CEO Stephen Sokols provided some great insight into NIL.

Jamie Pollard made the comment earlier this week that he was happy to stay at Iowa State, then said he thought Iowa State was in a better place than Nebraska (or something to that effect). Todd tells us what he thinks about that.

Spencer Rattler has his own logo!

It’s kind of a cool logo, but what I want to know is what idiot decided that photo of him was good to go with the rest of this graphic.

Cam Wynne has the greatest logo in the history of logos!

And Cam Wynne is smart enough ON HIS OWN WITHOUT A HUGE FIRM BEHIND HIM to not include a photo of him looking like a complete idiot.

Jon has a book out!

On August 21st, 2015, Jon unexpectedly dropped dead of a widowmaker heart attack. He was shocked five times on the way to the hospital with no response. He was shocked two more times in the ER. He was dead for over 20 minutes. A stent was placed, and he was induced into a coma. In January 2016 Jon received a second stent and in June he was diagnosed with an anoxic brain injury.

He wrote a book about death and recovery. The title, “Been Dead, Never Been To Europe” reflects the ironic nature of life, what happens versus what we want to happen. It’s available at Amazon in Kindle and Paperback.

Consider signing up for Jon’s Postlife Crisis newsletter, which is about Jon and interests beyond Cornhuskers sports. (I know, right?)