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Is The Term "Student-Athlete" Extinct?

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Noah

With the reality of NIL in college athletics (Name, Image, and Likeness), is student-athlete even the right phrase to use anymore?

Episode Description

With the reality of NIL in college athletics (Name, Image, and Likeness), is student-athlete even the right phrase to use anymore? On this episode Noah and Rex Pflueger (our first repeat guest!) have an off the rails conversation about funnier nuances of NIL, where university values lie, as well as how they would've made their NIL money if it was allowed during their playing days.

Episode Breakdown

0:00- Intro

2:19- UT sports car recruiting tactics

5:15- Is the phrase "student-athlete" extinct?

8:28- How we would've made our money

12:00- Athletes need to be better actors

15:39- Outro

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