The NCAA has gone back on its decision to require agent representing college players to have a bachelor’s degree The rule had been dubbed the “Rich Paul Rule,” as it would prevent LeBron James’ agent, Rich Paul, from representing college players. On Monday, Paul wrote a rebuttal to the NCAA’s decision, arguing it would prevent those with a different career path from having an equal opportunity in the field. Six hours after Paul’s essay went live, the NCAA reversed its decision, earning praise from James. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.
LeBron James is celebrating the NCAA’s decision