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Podcast: Discussing California law to pay players, ‘THE,’ more with Kelsey Trainor

Did you know that OSU legend Chris Spielman sued Ohio State for unfairly using his image and likeness last year?

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: NOV 07 OSU at Cincinnati Photo by Ian Johnson/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images
Matt Tamanini Matt Tamanini is the co-managing editor of Land-Grant Holy Land having joined the site in 2016.

On Land-Grant Holy Land In Conversation, we talk to people in and around Ohio State athletics, and the sporting world at large, to bring you a different insight and perspective to the teams, athletes, and university that you love.

On this episode, we are joined by LGHL’s Legal Analyst Kelsey Trainor to talk about California Senate Bill 206, which — if signed — would make it law that all NCAA student-athletes in that state would be able to be compensated for the use of their name, likeness, or skills.

We also discuss Chris Spielman’s recent lawsuit against Ohio State for the university unfairly using his image and likeness as part of a promotional campaign last year, and we close out the show with OSU and LeBron James’ efforts to trademark the word “THE” and phrase “Taco Tuesday” respectively.

Contact Kelsey Trainor:
Her Twitter: @KTrain_11
Podcast Twitter: @CallingGame1

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Contact Matt Tamanini
Twitter: @BWWMatt
Instagram: @BWWMatt

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