And toy makers regularly sign licensing agreements with movie studios that give them the legal power to produce action characters based on popular similarities of movie characters. An NFLPA license offers rights to more than 2,000 current NFL players through their group licensing program. The group license applies to six or more players. In addition to the details of all parties involved, licensing agreements set out in detail how licensed parties may use properties, including the following parameters: the rules should allow group licensing and allow the use of institutional marks associated with the names and similarities of college athletes. As long as a recruitment advantage is developed, the Knight Commission may consider a group license using institutional or conference marks at the national level (not at the conference or institutional level) and in an agreement in which all college athletes in that sport would receive an equal share of the revenue. . . .