The NCAA has had no shortage of substantive decisions this week, if reports are accurate. It appears that the governing body is getting close to a ruling that will open the way for athletes to profit off of their name, image, and likeness.
Additionally, it’s likely that transfer athletes will get a one-time exeception beginning this year, rather than next. In other words, there will be no difference between graduate and undergraduate transfers this year—all of them will be eligible immediately at their new schools. That’s across the board, every sport.
NC State is in the final three for George Mason graduate transfer Justin Kier, who’ll make his decision (public) on Sunday.
Ace Konig dropped by Amedeo’s on Thursday to sign a photo for the restaurant’s wall-of-fame.
BIG thanks to Aislinn (Ace) Konig for stopping by today to sign her recently hung picture at Amedeo's. So cool she brought confetti from the #ACC championship celebration, which we’ll be adding to her frame! Best of luck, @acekonig, in the #WNBA! #GoPack pic.twitter.com/IhN23QBkaD— Amedeo's Italian Restaurant (@AmedeosRaleigh) April 23, 2020
Ace wasn’t selected during the WNBA Draft last week but has a future as a pro overseas whenever current circumstances allow for it.
In other news, look, kids, Big Ben! Parliament!