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PODCA$T: Officially getting the NIL bag, a podcast deep dive.

The NCAA officially allows college athletes to get paid and the guys talk the recent news in Mizzou hoops recruiting.

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Welcome back to another episode of Dive Cuts with Sam Snelling and Matthew Harris. It’s one of the most historic days in NCAA sports history as college athletes can now, officially, get paid for their name, image, and likeness.

In this episode, Matt and Sam dive deep into NIL talk as well as give us all an updated look into Mizzou hoops recruiting.

Episode Breakdown:

00:00 - 00:37 - Welcome to the podcast! Is this a new host?! Nope. Just some nice and crisp audio from Matt.
00:37 - 24:06 - Matt and Sam kick off with the recent, and very last minute, NIL announcement from the NCAA. The guys do a deep dive on how it may look for college athletics moving forward.
24:06 - 47:37 - Well, it’s still summer. Which means it’s still recruiting season for Cuonzo. Here we talk recruiting, recent visits, and who Mizzou has the best shot at landing this cycle.
47:37 - END - As Matt and Sam wrap up, they close on some time zone talk, new mics, the transfer portal closing up, and looking forward to future commits for the Mizzou basketball and football programs.

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