The NCAA has passed a rule called The Rich Paul Rule which states that sports agents will have to meet a couple of requirements before they represent players. The NCAA says they did this to protect student-athletes from getting bad advice from sports agents who were out for themselves. It is not a very popular rule.
Post by "Evil Chops" Jackson Vanik on Sept 14, 2019 17:48:53 GMT -5
The NBPA issued a statement saying that they're refusing to comply with the NCAA's new certification process primarily because it would hold regulatory/investigating power over their agents. If that's the case, I wonder how the NCAA will respond or if this process is even tenable for them at this point.