In California, even high school athletes can score endorsement deals
As a protocol, the first individual that approves it gets a part of the virtual token he validated.
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The collision, killed at least 10 people, including nine children, authorities said.
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The college athletics world was flipped upside down last month when the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), under pressure from numerous state governments and the US Supreme Court, changed its long-held rule that college athletes could not monetize their fame. Now, college athletes can nab endorsement deals, sell signed autographs, and profit off their social media accounts without fear of losing their scholarships.