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  • Mr_Tibbs
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    Originally posted by ringthebells View Post
    So, is SDSU going to put together a list of donors that will pay an NIL so we can keep up with the Jonses/NDSUs of the world or are we ok with losing our studs and not getting the movers from the classes below us? I don't expect us to be able to pay what Alabama, Kansas, Tennessee would pay, but there will be a second tier of movement coming up from D-2 and horizontally from other FCS/mid-majors that we might have a shot at. Heck, disgruntled FBS players may make a move if the money is there.

    A part of me likes saying f- that, we aren't going to pay players. Another part of me likes to watch teams that win.
    Assuming the NIL stuff does not get restricted or altered soon (and there is a lot of momentum to put more restrictions on it because everyone knows this isn’t sustainable), you better believe we need to start paying up if we want to attract and keep good players. We are never going to be able to pay P5 money, but we need to pay enough to stay competitive in our leagues and subdivision. And that probably means 6 figures for some of your top guys. For the record, I hate the NIL stuff and have always been opposed to paying players. Stipends and cuts from bookstore merchandise are one thing, but the Co-Op stuff is terrible. With that being said, if that’s the new game, we either play it to win it, or we feel good about ourselves while we watch all of our programs slide into mediocrity.

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  • SUPERBUNNY
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    The NIL situation sucks and will have the biggest impact in MBB. Will have an impact in football as well.

    Outside of the Baylor situation you could argue the portal/transfer has been very beneficial to SDSU MBB. In the last decade we have had George Marshall, Deondre Parks, Cody Larson, Michael Orris, Charlie Easley, and now Matthew Mors come to SDSU, No doubt leaving a couple out. Yes, Noah moved on as well but that isn't because of an NIL deal. Others that didn't see playing time have moved on as well.

    If our programs continue to be successful, we will be a great option for athletes looking for a better opportunity than their current situation.

    SDSU is in about as good of a situation as possible to deal with it since we are highly successful in the major sports. School like UND, UNO, UMKC, WiU will really struggle with getting people to transfer in to their schools.

    SUPERBUNNY

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  • ringthebells
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    So, is SDSU going to put together a list of donors that will pay an NIL so we can keep up with the Jonses/NDSUs of the world or are we ok with losing our studs and not getting the movers from the classes below us? I don't expect us to be able to pay what Alabama, Kansas, Tennessee would pay, but there will be a second tier of movement coming up from D-2 and horizontally from other FCS/mid-majors that we might have a shot at. Heck, disgruntled FBS players may make a move if the money is there.

    A part of me likes saying f- that, we aren't going to pay players. Another part of me likes to watch teams that win.

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  • goon
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    Seems like there should be some punishment from the ncaa for tampering. But with out a backbone Im sure that wont happen.

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  • bigticket1
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    Originally posted by jakejc795 View Post

    Thank you for sharing this.

    Kraft was already one of my favorite players to watch "trucking" defenders, and that clip where he mentions pride wearing the yellow and blue only serves to solidify his status as an "all-timer"

    The current NIL environment is not sustainable, and I suspect Congressional intervention will be necessary to establish some competitive balance
    OL coach Ryan Olson had posted a cryptic tweet a couple of days ago about " now the the tampering period is over", so I figured something like this was going on.

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  • jakejc795
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    Originally posted by bigticket1 View Post
    Thank goodness for young men like Tucker Kraft. http://www.twitter.com/joedeleone/st...20318549749761
    Thank you for sharing this.

    Kraft was already one of my favorite players to watch "trucking" defenders, and that clip where he mentions pride wearing the yellow and blue only serves to solidify his status as an "all-timer"

    The current NIL environment is not sustainable, and I suspect Congressional intervention will be necessary to establish some competitive balance

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  • bigticket1
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    Thank goodness for young men like Tucker Kraft. http://www.twitter.com/joedeleone/st...20318549749761

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  • NorCalJack
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    NIL and the NCAA

    I did not want to muddy the waters by posting this in the football or basketball sections. According to this article, the NCAA is going to start pushing back on these large NIL/pay for play deals. For all of the mid-majors I hope they can slow this issue down and level the playing field somewhat.

    https://www.cbssports.com/college-fo...ness-payments/
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