Today is Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2019. Here’s what you need to know:
College athletes will soon be able to make a profit off their own name, likeness and image as the NCAA begins to make the change from their previous stance.
The decision comes after California became the first state to institute a law that allows college athletes to get paid for endorsement deals and to hire sports agents. The NCAA board voted unanimously to change the policy, but the specific details are up to the rest of the three divisions to craft rules and specifics on how paying college athletes would work.
The NCAA said that all student-athletes should still be treated like all non-athlete students and not like employees of their respective universities.
News from The Post:
TikTok culture is exponentially growing at Ohio University. (The Post)
Coral Marie Studio Shop practices sustainability through fashion. (The Post)
Here’s every incident report against interfraternity council-affiliated fraternities (The Post)
Scores and Game Times:
Here’s a look at Ohio football’s remaining season (The Post)
Victoria Breeden has anchored Ohio soccer’s defense. (The Post)
Ohio men’s golf finished 8th at the Grandover Collegiate. (The Post)
Grab an umbrella! Today is going to be cloudy with an 80% chance of rain. The high will be 64 degrees. (Courtesy of Scalia Lab)
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