UNC, Duke ADs raise issues with name, image legislation

The athletic directors of rivals Duke and North Carolina found common ground on Tuesday, issuing a statement expressing their concern over the NCAA’s proposed allowance of the use of a student-athlete’s name, image and likeness for commercial purposes.The NCAA board of governors approved recommendations in April to allow athletes to be paid for third-party endorsements by the start of the 2021-22 academic year and gave instructions to a working group to begin drafting legislation for approval.But Duke athletic director Kevin White’s statement, also issued on behalf of his counterpart Bubba Cunningham at North Carolina, raised issues with the proposed rules change.

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