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J.B. TexasEx

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  1. 11 hours ago, Wayne said:

    I guess what I’m saying is that the State of Texas shouldn’t care what high schoolers  do other than graduate.  If they want to play, they play. If they don’t, they don’t.  The State should have no interest. State championships have always been for sale. How many teams actually win one?  On the highest level the same twenty teams seem to always be in it.  They only have one thing in common.  

    Agree, the State of Texas shouldn't care if NIL is taxable income. Oh, wait, we don't have a state income tax. More incentive for out-of-state "scholar athletes" to choose UT.....or aggy based on this year's class.

    Are you saying the professional jobs parents acquire in Southlake, Westlake, and Allen aren't legitimate? For shame

  2. 3 hours ago, Wayne said:

    "A fool and his money"...

    People care too much about this stuff.  I'm one of them that cares too much.  But my caring doesn't extend to my wallet.  I wouldn't pay a plug nickel to get a player to play for a high school or college and I don't own an NFL team.  There are better ways to spend money.  

    I'd love to see the ROI on having a HS kid pitch your product or service. Now that I think about it, how did Quinn Ewers NIL deals work out for him at Ohio State? How many autographs does GT Sports Marketing need to peddle for this deal to work out for them?

    I suspect THSCA coaches are worried more seniors will sit out their senior years, like incoming RB, Jaydon Blue. Hence, the state of Texas is concerned about this being a growing trend.

  3. On 5/13/2022 at 1:24 AM, david ficken said:

    It sucks, but with how some of these states have their written NIL deals; the earlier these kids commit the earlier these kids start collecting. Plus some of these states need these kids to start collecting so the state can start taxing their state income.

    Really hope these universities, FBI, and IRS will have their eyes watching all of this NIL deals.

    It's "pay for play", but people want you to believe a HS kid's name, image, and likeness is marketable. Too funny, but I guess we deserve this after accommodating, coddling, and spoiling "student athletes" for decades. NIL is gonna be a helluva lot more expensive than under-the-table payments.

    Oh - and just what we need - more incompetent government intervention and selective enforcement by these bureaucracies. Whee! 

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