The changing landscape of college football
The last few years have seen a massive shift in the landscape of college football.
Name, image and likeness deals allow college players, legally considered amateurs, to earn millions, the expansion of the transfer portal has allowed for unprecedented numbers of players to change college teams and the rapid acceleration of conference realignment threatens to upend decades of established athletic tradition.
We're looking at the changing landscape of college football.
- Mike Thompson, WOSU chief content director of radio
- Luke Fedlam, founder and president of Anomaly Sports Group
- David Berri, Department Chair and Professor of Economics, Southern Utah University
- Cardale Jones, former Ohio State quarterback and founder of THE Foundation
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