Jay Bilas on what the NCAA’s rule changes means for student-athletes | The Max Kellerman Show

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  • ESPN published this video item, entitled “Jay Bilas on what the NCAA’s rule changes means for student-athletes | The Max Kellerman Show” – below is their description.

    Jay Bilas on what the NCAA’s rule changes means for student-athletes | The Max Kellerman Show

    Jay Bilas joins The Max Kellerman Show to discuss the NCAA clearing the way for student-athletes to earn compensation for their name, image and likeness and weighs in on the significance of the rules changes.

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