AFR 2-26-2020 Hour 2 | Latest in the NIL case

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Sports Illustrated’s Ross Dellenger joins Matt to kick off hour two of After Further Review, to talk his latest piece at SI. The story deals with the name image and likeness battle going on between the NCAA, Congress and student athletes. Dellenger catches us up on the latest.

The NCAA is proposing a change to the transfer rule now in conjunction with the law. Any player would be granted a one time transfer without penalty.

“I think everybody knows by now that coaches are against this. ADs are more for it,” Dellenger said. “However they still have some issues with it, that still need to be decided. There’s a lot of unanswered questions around this.”

Justin Jefferson said at the NFL Combine that he donated the money Odell Beckham Jr gave him to his church. Is there any penalty LSU could expect from the NCAA about this? Matt weighs in.

Former LSU and NBA forward Stromile Swift joins Matt in his weekly spot to preview LSU’s trip to Florida tonight. This marks the second meeting between the Tigers and Gators this season. What are the benefits of playing a team twice?

“I think it gives you a little bit more perspective as to what the team wants to do,” Swift said. “It’s always good playing a team a second time because you can be more prepared.”

What memories does Swift have of playing in the O’Connell Center?

“It was always tough. The crowd was always energized. It seems like the Florida guys play better at home,” Swift said. “Every time I went there the arena was sold out. It always makes it harder for the opponent to come play there.”

Musso catches you up on the former Tigers in the pros

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