Sonny Vaccaro is credited with starting the modern college sports-apparel business when in the late 70s while working for Nike, he paid a coach to tell his players to wear Nike shoes. Over forty years later, the business of college athletes sporting brands has evolved and exploded into a giant money maker. But, for whom? Now, Vaccaro is an evangelist for paying college athletes. On this SportsMoney podcast, Vaccaro explains how the FBI's case against the NCAA, which has ensnarled Adidas and top schools and coaches, like Louisville and Rick Pitino, could lead to reform.