NIL will change dramatically after a few years. Once the boosters get tired of throwing away money (and getting screwed by players that don't perform or don't even show up on campus) the sports drink and apparel companies will step and take over and I mean take over the programs themselves and pay players to play of Alabama , OSU, and whomever that will make them the biggest money. The sports drink and apparel companies will essentially run college football and they will direct the players the the programs that will get the companies the most exposure. aTm is in a different category as they have more booster money than anyone, although no reason to spend your money when you can spend someone else's. This will ultimately lead to a "pro" division and an "amateur" division that operates like the NCAAA used to.
I agree that we've got people thinking about head and neck injuries but targeting calls that I don't like or the ones where and offensive player lowers their head right into the oncoming tackler and the tackler gets a targeting call. There is no way to tackle and anticipate every move the other player is going to make to brace for or avoid a tackle. It shouldn't be a penalty if it was unavoidable contact.
The entire CFP is a bad idea it's killing conference championships and ruining bowl games. There are 120+ teams in the FBS and only 5 have a shot at the title, why even bother with a season? NIL will further ruin the college game. Just create a Pro conference (of teams that are bought and paid for by the apparel companies) and then the rest of college football can go back to being an amateur game with student athletes.
Report: Tennessee’s coaching search has vetted 3 well-known coaches, including current Power 5 head coach
I'm glad I don't see anyone really talking seriously about Matt Campbell or Luke Fickel. I wouldn't want UT to become a successful program again.
When is the SEC going to stop actively trying to screw Missouri. There is not a single rational football fan that can say that the Nick Bolton hit was targeting. There is no way that a REVEIW of that play could confirm targeting or we just don't play tackle football anymore. This happens game after game after game. I love playing in the SEC except for the fact that Mizzou has to beat not only the other team but the officials as well and it's got to stop.
How, exactly, is leaving Buffalo (or Wake forest or Purdue) for USCe, professional suicide?
Can't record or pause it on the ESPN app though (at least I couldn't when they played LSU).
That's what everyone was getting excited about? Jesus the standards are getting low.
An award created solely for the media to have something to do in July. No thanks