The NCAA clears student-athletes to pursue name, image and likeness deals | First Take

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    The NCAA clears student-athletes to pursue name, image and likeness deals | First Take

    Keyshawn Johnson and Freddie Coleman react to the NCAA clearing student-athletes to make money from endorsements and other ventures.

    0:00 Keyshawn Johnson jokingly says the NCAA needs to give him his money.

    2:30 A lot of colleges are going to benefit from this new policy – Freddie Coleman

    4:00 Freddie Coleman will not fault players for taking money from endorsements.

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