By Zack Armstrong, KTVB.com: Boise State Athletics continues to excel in the dynamic world of NIL, otherwise known as name, image and likeness.
For the first time in NCAA history, the governing body is allowing student-athletes to profit off their own popularity through NIL and the Broncos are thriving in the new department.
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Boise State is the first college football team to have its entire roster represented in a trading card set. Packs go on sale at Treasure Valley Jacksons Friday.
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