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Hottest Female College Athletes Could Get More Money Than Men Under New NCAA Rules

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Hottest Female College Athletes Could Get More Money Than Men Under New NCAA Rules

ONN – Hottest Female College Athletes Could Get More Money Than Men Under New NCAA Rules

Type “hottest women college athletes” and you get over 7 million results on Google. Soon, that number will get even bigger. Why? With the new NCAA rules allowing college athletes to make money from their name and likeness, photos of the “hottest female college athletes” will become a giant market.

In fact, unless the NCAA does something to limit this, right now, women will outpace men in the sales of likeness photos. Why? For the same reasons that female models are paid more than male models.

And an enterprising college female athlete can become a wealthy influencer if they have a giant social media following.

So those who think men will automatically make more than women under the new NCAA rules need to think again. And women college athletes need to sharpen their business skills for a promising future.

Stay tuned.

PS: That’s famed track star Maggie Vessey in the photo above; below, is the Zennie62Media interview with her at the 2016 Leigh Steinberg Super Bowl Party at The Metreon San Francisco:

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