Mind Games with Guerin Emig: You may remember Hinson as an OSU assistant basketball coach, or the head coach at ORU. We’ll let him explain what he does to help OSU’s NIL cause.
Once a 40-year basketball coach, including a stint on Mike Boynton’s Oklahoma State staff, Barry Hinson is now OSU associate director for NIL. That begs a question during Hinson’s appearance on this episode of Mind Games with Guerin Emig: What’s the tougher job, coaching college basketball or negotiating the shark-infested waters of name, image and likeness? Hinson answers that question while diving into those waters, educating Mind Games listeners on what he can and can’t do related to NIL under NCAA rules, and why it’s a concern that others in college sports ignore what is allowed. The episode winds down with a lighter touch as Hinson revisits his coaching days at Tulsa Kelley High School, Oral Roberts University and Missouri State, including the favorite game he ever coached and the most colorful conversation he ever had with a referee.
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