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Group licensing: A new way for college athletes to cash in

Group licensing: A new way for college athletes to cash in

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Tee-shirts showing a likeness of former North Carolina basketball players Theo Pinson and Jackie Manuel are seen for sale at Underground Print…

Group licensing: A new way for college athletes to cash in

Group licensing: A new way for college athletes to cash in

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This image provided by Three Wishes Foods, shows Syracuse's Buddy Boeheim cereal box design for Three Wishes Foods cereal. A new era in colleg…

Group licensing: A new way for college athletes to cash in

Group licensing: A new way for college athletes to cash in

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FILE - In this Sept. 7, 2019, file photo, North Carolina athletic director Bubba Cunningham smiles as he talks with stadium workers before the…

Group licensing: A new way for college athletes to cash in

Group licensing: A new way for college athletes to cash in

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In this image provided by Three Wishes Foods, Syracuse's Buddy Boeheim, left, poses with Three Wishes Foods co-founder Ian Wishingrad on Wedne…

Group licensing: A new way for college athletes to cash in

Group licensing: A new way for college athletes to cash in

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In this image provided by Three Wishes Foods, Syracuse's Buddy Boeheim poses with Three Wishes Foods cereal boxes on Wednesday, July 14, 2021,…

Florida Newbauer Resigns Basketball

Florida Newbauer Resigns Basketball

FILE - Florida head coach Cam Newbauer speaks during the Southeastern Conference women's NCAA college basketball media day in Birmingham, Ala., in this Thursday, Oct. 18, 2018, file photo. Florida women's basketball coach Cam Newbauer stepped down Friday, July 16, 2021, for “personal reasons," the school announced, a surprising move that came six weeks after he signed a three-year contract extension. (AP Photo/Vasha Hunt, File)