Oklahoma players launch collective Norman NIL Club

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In the new world order of college football under name, image and likeness licensing, players have an opportunity to earn income in a variety of ways. Business partnerships and collectives at the collegiate level have opened new revenue streams for everyone.

Taking a team approach to the NIL game, more than 80-plus Oklahoma Sooners football players launched the Norman NIL Club with the hopes of providing equal distribution to those who participate.

Partners of the Norman NIL Club will have access to meet-and-greets, Q&As with players, film breakdowns, player-created content and an online community to connect with the players that are participating.

With an initial goal of $50,000 per month, the collective received more than $10,000 in monthly pledges in the first 24 hours after the launch.

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