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NIL - Next Steps - And Don't Count Out SMU Comeback


Sep 17, 2021, 8:45 AM
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NIL (No Intercollegiate Legislation) bylaws open the door for an affluent, open-minded and open-pocketed fan base to jump on board and become the UCLA of college pigskin with multiple back-to-back titles.

For years, it has been reported UCLA not only benefitted from John Wooden's great coaching - but also from benefactor's Sam Gilbert's pay-for-play (see attached Bobby Knight take).

Ironically, the NCAA severely penalized SMU for being 35 years ahead of their time. It is amazing the team, including Eric Dickerson and Craig James, SMU was able to procure with a small rich alumni base and only 8000-9000 students. And UCLA was also ahead of their time and unpenalized - becoming legendary in the process.

IMHO a new coalition of super teams will assemble and institute some level of new bylaws with a powerful and competent Commissioner who will heavily enforce a more lax and NIL-friendly set of player regulations. It is coming.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Southern_Methodist_University_football_scandal

https://www.cbssports.com/college-basketball/news/bob-knight-slams-legendary-coach-john-wooden-says-ucla-cheated-in-recruiting/

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