Within moments of the North Carolina National Championship celebration coming to a close, the NCAA had already posted this tweet:
Doesn't take the NCAA long to offer up merchandise for sale...kinda looks like player image and likeness, huh? Congrats and cha-ching! pic.twitter.com/OU7T9qNd2C— Jay Bilas (@JayBilas) April 4, 2017
Jay Bilas joined The Rich Eisen Show to break all of this down the day after the 'tone-deaf' message sent out by the NCAA. Not only was this hypocritical to use the faces and
likeliness exact image of those not getting paid, it was sent out at a poor time.
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