NCAA Expected to Delay NIL Vote Amid D.C. Changeover

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The NCAA is reportedly holding off on deciding whether or not to loosen player restrictions.

According to CBS Sports, the NCAA Division I Council’s vote on name, image and likeness legislation is expected to be tabled indefinitely due to upcoming changes in the United States Senate, Supreme Court and White House.

The NCAA has been working toward this week’s convention since spring 2019, when the organization formed a working group to discuss whether student-athletes should be allowed to profit from use of their names, images and likenesses.

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