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NCAA Reverses 'Rich Paul Rule' After Rich Paul Points To The Obstacles It Would Create

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NCAA Reverses 'Rich Paul Rule' After Rich Paul Points To The Obstacles It Would Create

NCAA Reverses 'Rich Paul Rule' After Rich Paul Points To The Obstacles It Would Create

LeBron James agrees with the reversal of the NCAA’S controversial “Rich Paul Rule.” According to Business Insider, the outlined requirements for agents representing college players.

One of those rules requires agents have a bachelor’s degree, which would have stripped James away from his agent.

Paul accused the NCAAA of preventing young people from “less prestigious backgrounds.” After Paul wrote these words for “The Athletic,” the NCAA announced it would reverse the rule.

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