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2 hours ago, augolf1716 said:

Not really

Those numbers are from 4 recruiting cycles ago - if you can find the 2020-2021-2022 budgets, please post them.  I'd love to see where some programs are not only in the SEC but the whole nation.  

I'd be shocked if programs kept their spending budgets the same over 4 yrs even with the covid season.  


 

 

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8 hours ago, Newbomb said:

Everyone should be happy that Harvard does not go D 1 they over 53 billion dollars in endowments.

Happily, how much money is in a school's endowment has nothing to do with the NIL. No money from the school can be used for NIL purposes. That has to come from outside interests.

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On 9/22/2022 at 11:43 PM, Mikey said:

Happily, how much money is in a school's endowment has nothing to do with the NIL. No money from the school can be used for NIL purposes. That has to come from outside interests.

Rich people that put money in endowments would/could also fund NIL's. 

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8 hours ago, Newbomb said:

Rich people that put money in endowments would/could also fund NIL's. 

Some probably will. However, the current big discussion is about how much money Texas and Texas A&M get from state laws that provide those schools with a share of oil money. That money cannot be used for the NIL. NIL money has to come from outside sources.

The wealthy people at Harvard, Vanderbilt, Stanford and similar rich schools don't seem to care that much about athletics. If they did they could dominate the future.

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