College jerseys can be pretty popular. You see them at games and stadiums across the country.

Now, with the introduction of Name, Image and Likeness legislation, fans can buy jerseys of their favorite college athletes. Fanatics recently unveiled their first round of NIL jerseys with athletes getting a cut of the sales, and over 4,000 athletes are reported to have opted into the agreement.

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There is big news coming to the upcoming 2022-23 Big Ten football season (and NFL season). Ohio online sports betting and Maryland sports betting are on the way.

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These look pretty cool for $140 dollars. And the benefit now with NIL is college plays can get paid from it.

You can expect some of the big-name players to sell quickly like Alabama’s Bryce Young or Ohio State’s CJ Stroud.

There may be a feeling Florida’s Anthony Richardson is going to be a marquee buy moving forward. Richardson dazzled in the Gators’ victory over Utah State.

Some have compared his play to that of former Auburn star Cam Newton. He is just getting on the scene after splitting time with Emory Jones last season.

It will also be cool to see a defensive player like Will Anderson Jr. get his jersey out there. Fan possibilities could be endless with these cool new uniforms.