How Iowa basketball has navigated the Name, Image, Likeness era


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Last week, Iowa point guard Ahron Ulis was watching TV when a commercial for local pizza chain Falbo Bros. Pizzeria appeared. 

That’s not uncommon but the star of the commercial took him by surprise. 

He saw his teammate: Sophomore forward Patrick McCaffery performing a song-and-dance routine promoting the eatery. He immediately pulled out his phone, recorded it and sent it to the rest of Iowa’s men’s basketball team.

The team, much like the large reaction on social media had a good laugh about McCaffery’s cameo but what did his dad and Iowa head coach Fran McCaffery think? 

“My first reaction was, ‘How much did they pay you,'” McCaffery said. “When I heard the number, I was, like, ‘I’d probably do a dance, too.’ So good for him.” 

Welcome to the Name, Image, Likeness era. 



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