By Dan Murphy, ESPN: College sports leaders are considering making changes to current NCAA guidelines that would allow schools to get significantly more involved in helping athletes make money from endorsement deals.
An NCAA subcommittee in charge of examining the rules that dictate how athletes use their name, image and likeness rights to make money will meet Thursday to discuss several proposed changes, according to meeting notes obtained by ESPN.
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Colleges, in an effort to get more involved in helping athletes make money from endorsement deals, are considering changes to NCAA guidelines.
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