SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – This week, the U.S. Supreme Court made a historic ruling for student athletes.
The ruling states the NCAA can no longer prevent schools from offering Division 1 basketball and football players additional benefits like paid internships or free graduate school.
BYU Athletics reacted to the ruling, saying that they support their student-athletes making money, and they also have a new program called “Built 4 Life” that helps BYU athletes benefit from their name, image, and likeness to develop their career after their time at Brigham Young University.
Gary Veron, BYU’s Associate Athletic Director for Student-Athlete Experience, joined Good Morning Utah to talk about Built 4 Life and how it’s helping their students.
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