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Sad Ohio AD Co-Chair of the NCAA Transformation Committee (NIL)
Quote:"As we continue to innovate around NIL, we are excited to be the first in the MAC to partner with INFLCR on the Local Exchange platform," said Director of Athletics, Julie Cromer. "Providing this centralized platform to connect our student-athletes with interested businesses, organizations and individuals is key to our strategy. We strive to create as many opportunities for our student-athletes and our community as possible. The Ohio NIL Exchange will provide successful and efficient NIL solutions for all interested enterprises."

The Ohio NIL Exchange will be the home for all Ohio NIL information, education, opportunities, and reporting. Members of the business community will now be able to partner directly with student-athletes on brand-focused activities, provided they are within legal protocols and follow the Ohio University NIL guidelines and are approved in advance by the Ohio University Compliance department.

Sign-up for the Ohio NIL Exchange at OhioBobcats.com/exchange.

After a business or individual registers on the Ohio NIL Exchange, they will have access to a searchable database of Bobcat student-athletes, and filter that database through a variety of criteria. They will have the ability to message the student-athlete directly in the application or request contact information to begin discussions about any potential NIL transaction. INFLCR and Ohio University will not be involved in any of the negotiations.

"Ohio is setting an example for all other MAC institutions by adding a comprehensible solution to NIL through INFLCR," said INFLCR Founder Jim Cavale. "It is prudent that institutions provide the necessary resources for their student-athletes to be successful, and that is exactly what Ohio is choosing to do with their Ohio NIL Exchange."

https://ohiobobcats.com/news/2022/5/24/g...ublic.aspx

Ohio's AD is co-chair of the transformation committee along with Greg Sankey the commissioner of the SEC. This announcement to me says a lot about how lax the upcoming NIL era will be as the Ohio AD was supposed to promote compliance.

Unfortunately instead of a G5 split most AD's are going to continue to prefer to play the P5's unwinnable game because if they can't beat the P5 the better suited ones hope to pound their conference competition into submission with it.
05-27-2022 03:28 PM
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RE: Ohio AD Co-Chair of the NCAA Transformation Committee (NIL)
I just paid my first player.

By the way of two bags of cat food. Distributed monthly, per agreement.
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