When one thinks of college sports, images of packed stadiums, roaring fans, and star players often come to mind. However, behind every touch down, three-pointer, or victory lap, there's a group of unsung heroes making sure the energy never dies down: cheerleaders and dance teams.
From the young age of six, Coy Eakin had been living in the throes of competitive sports. He found himself in the heart of the American tradition of football and the adrenaline-rushing world of rodeo. He rode horses and scored touchdowns on the football field, a duality that defined his upbringing. However, as he grew older, football began to become his passion. Eakin now devotes his days to chasing his dreams on the gridiron, with the same spirit that once led him in rodeo rings.
Drawing from his unique perspective, Joe guides listeners through the intricate layers of college sports, with a special focus on the ever-evolving domain of Name, Image, and Likeness (NIL).
Meet Libby Ragsdale, a dynamic embodiment of spirit, intellect, and ambition. As a sophomore pre-law major at Texas Tech University, this 19-year-old hailing from Fort Worth, Texas, seamlessly balances academics, cheerleading, and a newfound role as a brand ambassador for the sports tech company, Fan inc.
Introducing Kylie Bahr, a remarkable young woman whose vibrant personality and exceptional athletic skills make her an ideal ambassador for Fan inc.
A proud son of Arlington, Texas, Jacoby Jackson has made quite a name for himself, both on and off the field.
In the realm of college sports, student-athletes display remarkable talent and dedication, captivating fans with their skills and achievements. However, behind the scenes, there is an essential aspect that often goes unnoticed
The year 2022 marked a historic turning point for college sports, following the National Collegiate Athletic Association's (NCAA) groundbreaking decision allowing student-athletes to profit from their Name, Image, and Likeness (NIL).