Having a Heisman hopeful–and a national championship–means more work for University of Florida administrators trying to please the NCAA.
Those trying to capitalize on Tim Tebow’s Heisman chances and the popularity of the Florida football program sometimes make life difficult for those in charge of keeping everyone eligible.
NCAA rules do not allow athletes to profit from the use of their name, autograph or any likeness. College licensing also prohibits the use of the school logo or an athlete’s name without the NCAA’s approval.
That hasn’t stopped some from trying. Others thought they were just paying tribute but might be in trouble anyway.