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NIL - Texas A&M Notice of meeting

Hoyacane1620

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Saw this posted on the TAMU board. It's a notice of meeting for what appears to be an informational session on their NIL collective.

Really interesting stuff.

Texas A&M Director of Athletics Ross Bjork will host a Name, Image and Likeness (NIL) panel discussion at 10 a.m. on Saturday, April 9 at the Ford Hall of Champions in Kyle Field. With Bjork serving as moderator, the panel includes Texas A&M Associate Athletics Director of Compliance Brad Barnes, Texas A&M Assistant Professor of Sports Management Natasha Brison, INFLCR Founder and CEO Jim Cavale and C.C. Creations President and CEO Kenny Lawson. The one-hour panel discussion is free and open to the public.

The panel discussion will be an opportunity for fans to learn from the experts about NIL in the state of Texas, Texas A&M’s partnership with INFLCR for the AMPLIFY Local Exchange and how to get involved. The AMPLIFY Local Exchange is a student-athlete NIL business registry, custom-designed for businesses, donors, former students and any other interested NIL dollars wishing to connect with Texas A&M student athletes. Registered businesses, other organizations and individuals can search, filter and initiate conversations with Texas A&M student-athletes to discuss an NIL deal.

Once the registrant is approved, the registrant may propose an NIL deal to a Texas A&M student-athlete. Once the student-athlete accepts the proposed deal, it will be reviewed and, if approved, the registrant will use the AMPLIFY Local Exchange to create a transaction that will produce a direct payment to the student-athlete (without any transaction fee) and automate a disclosure to the Texas A&M INFLCR Verified Compliance Ledger.

Texas A&M and INFLCR will not be involved in any student-athlete NIL deals. All transactions within the AMPLIFY Local Exchange are consolidated into one 1099 form at the end of the year for easier tax reporting purposes for registered businesses and athletes.

For more information on the AMPLIFY Local Exchange, please visit 12thMan.com/Exchange.
 

JeddTheFisch

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The funny thing is the people who think now all of a sudden Dumbo and A&m win with those kids... It'll be hysterical watching 3/4 of them transfer out.
It's gonna be weird. 11 players out there at once. Basic math is that many of these players won't see a meaningful snap for aTm.

If they get compensated in their next recruitment, they could theoretically be set and mever play CFB!

What a turn of events.
 

Hold My Beer

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If we were recruiting at this level — no matter how we were getting it done — I'd be perfectly fine with it.

Hopefully we're on our way to doing so
 

dwreck27

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Pressure is on Jumbo what more can you ask for?? Facilities, stadium/atmosphere, and of course a blank check when recruiting
 
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We should do the same …

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Empirical Cane

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Jimbo has only won a NC with a rapist at QB, hasnt come close without one

#trumpycanethlughts
Curious...has he ever had a roster with this many 5* before?

In the "recent era" what Bama team has had the most vs what TAMU has now?

I suspect Jimbo needs one more class then watch out...
 

Number1CanesFan

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Saw this posted on the TAMU board. It's a notice of meeting for what appears to be an informational session on their NIL collective.

Really interesting stuff.

Texas A&M Director of Athletics Ross Bjork will host a Name, Image and Likeness (NIL) panel discussion at 10 a.m. on Saturday, April 9 at the Ford Hall of Champions in Kyle Field. With Bjork serving as moderator, the panel includes Texas A&M Associate Athletics Director of Compliance Brad Barnes, Texas A&M Assistant Professor of Sports Management Natasha Brison, INFLCR Founder and CEO Jim Cavale and C.C. Creations President and CEO Kenny Lawson. The one-hour panel discussion is free and open to the public.

The panel discussion will be an opportunity for fans to learn from the experts about NIL in the state of Texas, Texas A&M’s partnership with INFLCR for the AMPLIFY Local Exchange and how to get involved. The AMPLIFY Local Exchange is a student-athlete NIL business registry, custom-designed for businesses, donors, former students and any other interested NIL dollars wishing to connect with Texas A&M student athletes. Registered businesses, other organizations and individuals can search, filter and initiate conversations with Texas A&M student-athletes to discuss an NIL deal.

Once the registrant is approved, the registrant may propose an NIL deal to a Texas A&M student-athlete. Once the student-athlete accepts the proposed deal, it will be reviewed and, if approved, the registrant will use the AMPLIFY Local Exchange to create a transaction that will produce a direct payment to the student-athlete (without any transaction fee) and automate a disclosure to the Texas A&M INFLCR Verified Compliance Ledger.

Texas A&M and INFLCR will not be involved in any student-athlete NIL deals. All transactions within the AMPLIFY Local Exchange are consolidated into one 1099 form at the end of the year for easier tax reporting purposes for registered businesses and athletes.

For more information on the AMPLIFY Local Exchange, please visit 12thMan.com/Exchange.
Looks like theyre setting up a clearinghouse for student-athlete NIL deals.

The key catch is the consolidation of the 1099. That will give a layer of abstraction from where a player's money came from.

It sets up a trail of accountability that the IRS or NCAA could probe if requested, but it could also hide big money NIL's from the public since the money could funnel thru the clearinghouse.
 
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