GC Kevin Reed hiding Duck’s public records from press

No disrespect to Mr. Reed intended – this is just the sort of thing he said he would do in his job application letter, and just what Pres Schill pays him to do:

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — The NCAA is reviewing the University of Oregon’s relationship to an organization backed by Nike founder Phil Knight and other prominent alumni aimed at helping athletes with marketing opportunities.

Documents obtained by KOIN 6 through a public records request show the NCAA sent a letter to the University in December asking Oregon’s Chief Compliance Officer to explain how it interacts with Division Street, INC. The Division Street website describes itself as “a sport venture that will supercharge name, image, and likeness (NIL) opportunities for University of Oregon athletes.”

KOIN 6 requested Oregon’s response, but the Office of Public Records said the records were exempt from public disclosure.

The letter from the NCAA does not accuse the U of O of any wrongdoing. The NCAA instructs the University to explain whether any school staff members are involved with Division Street and if they receive compensation.

“Describe any institutional policies or procedures in place to ensure the agreements established via Division Street represent payment for actual work performed,” the letter stated.

The letter asks the compliance office to provide information on any contractual agreements facilitated by Division Street between Oregon athletes and businesses. It asks for the athletes’ names, their responsibilities under the agreements and how much they are to be paid.

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2 Responses to GC Kevin Reed hiding Duck’s public records from press

  1. cdsinclair says:

    Just what I would expect from The Most Transparent University Ever(TM)

  2. Eternal Skeptic says:

    Absolutely, definitely, for sure, triple promise nothing to hide here! If ever there was a massive corruption scandal just brewing right in front of our faces it’s the NIL system. The question is how much cash can be carted away before it all implodes.