NCAA responds to California’s new student-athlete image rights law

Larry Brown Sports

California governor Gavin Newsom signed into law a bill that allows college athletes to profit off their name and likeness. No surprise, the NCAA is not particularly happy.

The NCAA released a statement in response to the bill becoming California law, stating that they believe such changes can only be instituted nationally through NCAA rule-making. The organization said the law was “creating confusion” and added that further efforts by other states would make fairness and equity among student-athletes “unattainable.”

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