Nebraska quarterback Adrian Martinez is already showing off his marketability in the new era of college athletes being able to profit off of their own name, image and likeness.
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Nouredin Nouili says that, thanks to his student visa, he could sign an endorsement deal in any country … except for the United States.
Adi Kunalic would have loved to have the opportunity in his playing days that Nebraska's college athletes have in front of them now.
Thursday marked the first day student-athletes could begin profiting on their name, image and likeness. It's a whole new world for college athletics.
For the first time, college athletes are going to be able to profit off of their own name, image and likeness. Nebraska has been planning for it.
What really is name, image and likeness? How will the University of Wisconsin handle it? Those answers and more here.
UW's new partnership with a sports tech company will give players tools and lessons to use in the NIL marketplace in advance of the anticipated loosening of NCAA restrictions.
From recruiting updates to a look at how remaining scholarships might be allocated, here's six Husker notes to start the week.