The NCAA is on the cusp of change after the Supreme Court ruled against the collegiate sports league and its attempt to limit the types of benefits that schools can offer their athletes.
Schools no longer have a limit on the scholastic benefits they can offer student athletes. That change is the first domino in a row that will inevitably change collegiate sports for ever.
Amateurism could become a thing of the past as players could soon have the ability to benefit from the labor they provide to the NCAA.
This week, Sport of Money discusses how relaxed NIL (name, image and likeness) not only frees athletes, but how it also makes athletes more vulnerable in some cases.