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The NCAA has ruled that boosters and collectives can no longer be part of the recruiting process. Since the Supreme Court has ruled that collegiate athletes can profit from their names, images, and likenesses, boosters have played a huge role in enticing recruits and players in the transfer portal to play for their respective schools. But now, the NCAA has come out and said they will not only not allow it in the future, they will retroactively punish schools and athletes who have been involved in recruiting with boosters.
But how does that affect LSU?
LSU is currently awaiting it's fate by the NCAA after Will Wade's violations for giving players improper benefits, Odell Beckham Jr. giving out cash to players on the field at the national championship, and both the men's basketball and football programs violating NCAA policy. Can the NCAA further punish LSU if they are found in violation of NIL rules?
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