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Eye On College Basketball

CBS Sports, College Basketball, Basketball, March Madness, NCAA Tournament, NBA Draft

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CBS Sports’ official college basketball podcast is the most entertaining and informative of its kind. Gary Parrish and Matt Norlander bring the sport into your ears at least three times per week with commentary, reporting, insider information and statistical analysis throughout college basketball all year long.
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Locked On College Basketball

Locked On Podcast Network, Isaac Schade, Andy Patton

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Locked On College Basketball podcast is the daily podcast that keeps you ahead of all the games and the first to know the latest news, analysis, and insider info in college hoops. Hosted by Isaac Schade and Andy Patton, the Locked On College Basketball podcast provides your daily college basketball fix with big-name expert opinions, player and coach interviews, recaps, local analysis, and coverage of all things college basketball. You’ll get all the heart-pounding action, buzzer-beating shot ...
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Iconic Seasons is a podcast that takes you back to the greatest college basketball seasons of all time. Through the voices of players, coaches, and journalists, we relive the excitement, the drama, and the unforgettable moments that made these moments and seasons iconic. We use interviews, audio from the games, as well as scripted storytelling, to bring the past to life. Whether you're a die-hard college basketball fan or just a casual observer, Iconic Seasons is a must-listen for anyone who ...
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The Full Court Press Podcast is the most energetic and entertaining weekly college basketball related podcast. 40 mins of excitement as Sam Davidson and Luke Taylor discuss hoops with college coaches, current players, former greats and lovers of the greatest game on earth. Hear untold stories, unbiased commentary and reporting, insider information and so much more on the Full Court Press Podcast.
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The Full 40 College Basketball Podcast

Press Play Podcasts, Ben Billman, Chase Smith

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Welcome to "The Full 40 College Basketball Podcast," your weekly pass to the thrilling world of college basketball! 🏀 Join us as we dive deep into all things D1 NCAA, from game highlights and breaking news to the latest recruits, rankings, and brackets. Get ready for insider insights, in-depth breakdowns, and lively opinions on all your favorite college basketball programs. Whether you're a die-hard fan or just getting into the game, we've got you covered with everything you need to know. Do ...
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College Basketball Recruiting Weekly

247Sports, NCAA Basketball, College Basketball, Recruiting, CBB Recruiting

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Adam Finkelstein hosts experts from 247Sports basketball scouting team and 247Sports beat reporters from across the country to talk all things college basketball. Get behind the scenes recruiting analysis from the experts themselves, and localized information about the hottest teams in College Basketball.
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Everything you need to know about the great game of college basketball all the way through the Final Four is found here! From Duke to Kentucky, from Kansas to Gonzaga, from Michigan State to Villanova and on and on, we get your ready for March and the greatest event in sports, the NCAA tourney and the Final Four! Host T.J. Rives, insiders Adam Zagoria and Mike DeCourcy, as well as, some of the best commentators, current coaches and players and more are on board throughout the college hoop se ...
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Happening Hoops, like a traditional democracy, was created by the fans, for the fans. Happening Hoops gives college basketball fans analysis, news, stats, and some attempts at humor, coming directly from a pair of college students and their perspectives on the game, both on the major and mid major levels. When us two finally agree on something in college basketball, we might have to end the show there. We are live on 95.1 FM The Source every Monday at 7-8 PM Central Time.
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Locked On NBA Drafts brings you daily insight into the top prospects entering the NBA Draft & the landscape of College Basketball. Monday & Thursday Rafael Barlowe (NBA Draft Junkies) shares his first-hand experience watching International Prospects overseas in Europe. Tuesdays Richard Stayman (MavsDraft) & Leif Thulin (ESPN700) give their takes and breakdowns of top prospects in college and the NBA. Wednesdays Sam Ferris (NBA Draft Dummies) gives his insights into the next players to hit th ...
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Locked On Big 10 podcast is the daily podcast that keeps you ahead of the games and the first to know the latest news, analysis, and insider info for one of the deepest, most prestigious conferences in the country. Hosted by Craig Shemon, the Locked On Big 10 podcast provides your daily Big Ten fix with expert opinions, interviews, recaps, local analysis, and coverage from all around the Big 10 and it’s communities. From the powerhouse programs like Ohio State, Michigan and Penn State to the ...
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Locked On Big 12 podcast is the daily podcast that keeps you ahead of the games and the first to know the latest news, analysis, and sports insider info for one of the deepest, most prestigious conferences in the country. Hosted by Drake Toll, the Locked On Big 12 podcast provides your daily Big 12 fix with expert opinions, interviews, recaps, local analysis, and coverage from all around the Big 12 and it’s communities. From the rich history of Texas Tech to the clashes between Iowa State an ...
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Locked On Boston College podcast is the daily podcast that keeps you ahead of the games and the first to know the latest news, analysis, and insider info for the Boston College Eagles. Hosted by AJ Black, the editor and publisher for Eagle Insider at 24/7 Sports, the Locked On Boston College podcast provides your daily Eagles fix with recruiting news, expert opinions, film reviews, interviews, recaps, local analysis, and coverage of all things Boston College, all through the lens of Black’s ...
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Locked On SEC podcast is the daily podcast that keeps you ahead of the games and the first to know the latest news, analysis, and insider info from every team in the SEC. Host Chris Gordy provides your daily SEC fix with expert opinions, film reviews, interviews, recaps, local analysis, and coverage of all things going on in the SEC. You’ll hear about all the rivalries, the triumphs, and the unforgettable moments from Lexington to Fayetteville and Starkville to Gainesville, and all points in ...
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Locked On ACC - Daily College Football & Basketball Podcast

Locked On Podcast Network, Candace Cooper, Kenton Gibbs

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Locked On ACC podcast is the daily podcast that keeps you ahead of the games and the first to know the latest news, analysis, and insider info for the Atlantic Coast Conference. Hosts Candace Cooper and Kenton Gibbs provide your daily ACC fix with expert opinions, local analysis, and coverage from Chestnut Hill, Coral Gables, Charlottesville, Chapel Hill and everywhere in between. The Locked On ACC podcast takes you beyond the headlines for the inside scoops from the biggest stories inside e ...
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Now in its 10th season, This Week In The BIG EAST, hosted by Kevin McNamara and John Rooke, is the official podcast of BIG EAST basketball. Kevin, radio host, columnist and author, and John, a longtime play-by-play broadcaster, have combined to cover BIG EAST basketball for over 60 years. The show is a comprehensive look at the teams, coaches, players and storied tradition of the top basketball conference in America, welcoming guests from around the league. #TWITBE also brings sounds of the ...
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Locked On Virginia podcast is the daily podcast that keeps you ahead of the games and the first to know the latest news, analysis, and sports insider info for the Virginia Cavaliers. Hosted by Lawrence “Big Law” Johnson, the Locked On Virginia podcast provides your daily Virginia Cavaliers fix with expert opinions, film reviews, interviews with athletes and coaches, recaps, local analysis, and coverage of all things “Hoos”. From the pulse-pounding action at Scott Stadium to the basketball fo ...
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Day 1 of SEC Meetings in Destin got underway on Tuesday and we heard from many of the SEC Football Coaches as they addressed the media and spoke on a number of topics. But one of the biggest topics facing the immediate future of college football - with the House vs NCAA settlement and revenue sharing coming, will we see a change in "roster limitati…
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The college football season is less than 100 days away and it is hard to say who the top Big Ten quarterback is right now. However, we boldly state who the top 5 incoming conference quarterbacks will be. They are arriving via the portal, recruitment, and Big Ten expansion. They all hope to shake up the pecking order in college football. HARBAUGH UG…
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If the University of Utah joined the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC), it would create a fascinating and transformative scenario for both the school and the conference. This move would significantly alter the dynamics of college athletics, bringing numerous benefits and challenges. Geographically, Utah's inclusion in the ACC would be unprecedented, …
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Greg explain why in college basketball handicapping forward in the way you would for college football games of the year is a waste of time, talks to Mike Randle of FTN Network about the impact big men often make when going to small schools and guards can make when transferring up and, the big NBA Draft decisions to watch, & Greg recaps Tuesday’s co…
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In the newest episode of the Blue Ribbon College Basketball Podcast, hosts Chris Dortch (@cdortch) and Kevin Ingram (@KIngramSports) discuss a variety of college basketball topics: • The world is diminished now that Bill Walton is no longer in it. RIP big man. • How will the $2.8 billion settlement that grants athletes NIL back pay affect college s…
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There are many bogus theories out there as to why the ACC would want to add the Utah Utes to their conference. People have been saying it would be a “desparation move” to try and keep FSU and Clemson happy and potentially drop their lawsuits. In reality, these situations can be mutually exclusive. If the ACC has a chance to add Utah, as is being re…
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Memorial Day weekend provided some fireworks for SEC Basketball as DJ Wagner officially transferred to Arkansas. Meanwhile, Tennessee added dynamic guard Chaz Lanier to their roster. How will both of these additions factor into SEC next season? Gary Parrish and Kyle Boone discuss. 00:45 - Arkansas adds DJ Wagner 12:24 - Will Mark Sears return to Al…
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News dropped on Memorial Day that Trevon Brazile is planning to pull out of the NBA Draft and return to college. The only question is…which school? Brazile could return to Fayetteville and new coach John Calipari. The Hogs have only used eight of their 13 scholarships and could really use a nice Power Forward. Brazile would fit just perfectly. But …
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Boston College women's lacrosse are champions again! After falling behind big early, they stormed back with some big plays by Kayla Martello, and McKenna Davis, and a key save from Shea Dolce. We talk about the historic win and how important this program is to Boston College. Finally, the anti-trust lawsuit could impact the Eagles in a bunch of way…
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It’s a hearty platter of B1G banter for this week’s state of the program series - sorry west coast super fans, your report cards will have to wait. Congrats to Nebraska and Northwestern for forging your way into the early block of the pod (conversely, better luck this year, Michigan!) Rundown: (0:00) - Intro (7:00) - Root’s Roundup (16:55) - Big-10…
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Another great Full Court Press Podcast : A College Basketball Experience as we welcome new Utah State University Head Coach, Jerrod Calhoun, to the podcast. The Aggies are in great hands as Coach Calhoun returns three starters from a successful season while bringing in some talented newcomers. We talk Boston Celtics basketball, Youngstown State, Sc…
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Today's episode delves into the transformative journey of merging mind and body for ultimate wellness and purpose-driven living. We explore the evolution of fitness and wellness practices, bridging the gap between traditional training methods and holistic well-being. Craig Miller, founder of Second Prime, recounts his journey from basketball enthus…
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On this episode of The Full 40 College Basketball Podcast, host Ben Billman reviews the national championship game won by UConn. In the 2nd half, Ben ranks the top 5 college basketball programs of the 21st century. Hosted by: Ben Billman Produced by: Ben Billman The Press Play Podcast Network Follow us on Twitter: @pressplaypods For Sponsorship pla…
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As the SEC Meetings get underway over in Destin, SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey spoke with the media on Monday evening and touched on a number of big topics, including - could we see Injury Reports come to the SEC in the near future? In the ever expanding world of sports betting, the SEC could follow others and begin providing weekly "Player Availabi…
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Penn State football coach James Franklin is accused of meddling into the medical affairs of his players in a wrongful termination lawsuit at Penn State brought forward by one of the team's former doctors. Dr. Scott Lynch and Franklin did not appear to see eye to eye on several matters unveiled in emails presented in the case. We should point out co…
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Greg recaps Monday’s college basketball players moves & talks to Ethan Bock of the Portal Report about the impact Division iI transfer could have this season & what type of up-transfers might have the most success, the big NBA Draft decisions to watch, & the lack of rim protectors in the transfer portal Podcast Highlights 4:40-Recap of Monday’s Pla…
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Could the ACC actually expand with a new member in the near future? New reports from Dick Weiss of the New York Daily News have linked the Utah Utes to the ACC. Utah is about to join the Big 12 but reportedly could be enticed by the ACC’s ESPN network affiliation. Other rumored candidates for the conference are USF, San Diego State and Oregon State…
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The Big 12 Conference, home to a collection of athletic programs that compete in the highest tiers of collegiate sports, often finds itself in the shadow of its wealthier counterparts, particularly those in the Big Ten and SEC. Unlike these conferences, which benefit from extensive television contracts and massive alumni donations, many Big 12 scho…
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News broke on Sunday evening that DJ Wagner is headed to Fayetteville, Arkansas to join Coach John Calipari and his Kentucky teammates Zvonimir Ivisic and Adou Thiero (plus the incoming freshmen of Boogie Fland, Karter Knox, and Billy Richmond. Will Wagner give the Hogs the point guard skill set they need? Perhaps, but the Hogs should target one wi…
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Greg talks to Ryan McIntyre of The Sports Gambling Podcast Network how the teams entering the Big XII might fare this season, the big NBA Draft decisions to watch, & the big portal pickups by Big XII teams in May, & Greg recaps Sunday’s college basketball coaching and player movement Podcast Highlights 12:38-Interview with Ryan McIntyre 37:27-Recap…
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Greg talks about why players who redshirted the previous year can lend tons of value to their team, talks to Tristan Freeman of Busting Brackets about how impactful NBA Draft decisions will be this season & the impactful transfers of the past few weeks & Greg recaps Saturday’s college basketball coaching and player movement Podcast Highlights 3:20-…
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Greg talks about the adjustments teams moving conference might face with their tempo & style of play, talks to Rocco Miller of Bracketeer.org about how many teams non-scheduling revolves around the the NBA Draft decisions & the trend of mid-major head coaches becoming power conference assistants on their own accord & Greg recaps Friday’s college ba…
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Is there a fatal flaw in the approved House vs. NCAA antitrust settlement? The NCAA has approved this multi-billion dollar settlement which will also include revenue sharing with college athletes starting as soon as 2025. Part of the settlement's aim is to protect the NCAA from all future antitrust suits. However, the plaintiff lawyers in the Fonte…
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On today's show, we catch up with Texas A&M head coach Mike Elko as he made an appearance at the Aggie Coach's Night, getting Aggie fans excited for the 2024 college football season. Elko gives this thoughts on his team coming out of spring, College Gameday coming to College Station in Week 1 for the Notre Dame game & more. Also, we discuss the mon…
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Per reporting from Pete Thamel, sources indicate that the top-end revenue share number per school, once determined, would be approximately $20 million annually, although this remains unsettled. The leaders of college sports are involved in "deep discussions" to reach a legal settlement that would likely lay out the framework for sharing revenue wit…
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Former Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh really wanted to stay at Michigan according to a brand new book about him. However, distrust for administrators and strong dislike for the NCAA, which always seemed to hound the college football coach, forced him to jump to the NFL and coach the Los Angeles Chargers. HARBAUGH WOULD HAVE STAYED? In all fai…
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Boston College football recruiting already has six commitments, and Bill O'Brien is prime position for more over the next month. We look at the latest trends, where things stand, and the curious case of the quarterback position. Finally we look at the NCAA anti trust lawsuit, and how it could impact olympic and non revenue sports. Follow & Subscrib…
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Greg talks about why players that leave their program for a year and transfer back often times do not have much success the second time around, talks to Greg Waddell of Sleepers Media about the moves made by Michigan, Indiana and the Big Ten as a whole this offseason, & how big this offseason’s NBA Draft decisions are, & Greg recaps Thursday’s coll…
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The deadline to withdraw from the NBA draft and return to college basketball is less than one week away, and we discuss the players whose decision will have the biggest impact on college hoops - including Villanova's Eric Dixon, Wake Forest's Hunter Sallis, Alabama's Mark Sears, and Arizona's Caleb Love. We also discuss players in the draft as well…
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The lawsuit between the ACC and Florida State University in North Carolina is moving more slowly than the suit in Florida. Does this give FSU a big advantage? If FSU can get closer to a verdict in their “home” venue at the Sunshine State, it could set a powerful precedent for the ACC’s home in North Carolina. In the latest update in NC, the ACC has…
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On today's show, we're joined by our buddy Jake Crain as we get his thoughts on the news of ESPN sublicensing some of their early round playoff games to TNT Sports, how different will that be from the ESPN broadcasts? Any chance we get Charles Barkley and Shaq on CFB Playoff games? And we get Jake's thoughts on the fallout of the Jaden Rashada laws…
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The Big Ten and all other conferences are in the process of signing off on the NCAA multi-billion dollar settlement in the House vs NCAA lawsuit. The NCAA would have lost this suit in which they are accused of suppressing student athlete's ability to earn money before Name, Image and Likeness came into being. PREPARE TO PAY This settlement will for…
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Texas has the potential to dominate the SEC by leveraging its extensive resources, historical prestige, and strategic advantages. As one of the wealthiest athletic programs in the country, Texas can invest in top-tier facilities, state-of-the-art training centers, and comprehensive athlete support systems. Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium, on…
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Greg talks about the difficulty in hashing out whether players at losing programs that had big statistical seasons can duplicate those numbers at winning programs, talks to Ky McKeon of the Three Man Weave about the moves made by TCU, Gonzaga, & Louisville this offseason, the importance of good assistant coaches, & the new coaches who have assemble…
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Boston College football has a new head coach in Bill O'Brien, and didnt lose much in terms of talent after last year. But what are some fair expectations for the upcoming season. We look at the improvement of Thomas Castellanos, the progression of the defense and much more on today's show! Follow & Subscribe on all Podcast platforms… 🎧 https://link…
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Kyle Neptune and the Villanova Wildcats were dealt tough news when Max Shulga decided to return to VCU and his longtime coach Ryan Odom, rather than play for 'Nova out of the transfer portal. Neptune's squad is already in rough shape and could struggle to finish in the top half of the Big East, now they desperately needed at least one of Eric Dixon…
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FSU Athletic director Michael Alford revealed the moment he realized Florida State was going to be snubbed from the four team College Football Playoff last season. When he realized ESPN had sent a less notable reporter to cover their event than the one he sent to Alabama, he felt something bad was about to happen. Florida State continues their ques…
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The 2024 NBA draft combine wrapped last week and multiple college basketball stars saw their draft stock rise with strong performances, including Purdue star Zach Edey and UConn national champion Stephon Castle. A pair of energy bigs looked good at the combine as well in Yves Missi from Baylor and Adem Bona from UCLA, who should both be first round…
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A settlement is nearing (quickly) between the NCAA and former college athletes in the widely discussed House v. NCAA case. How will this change the landscape of college basketball — and college sports — in the future? Gary Parrish and Matt Norlander discuss what's next with a primer and some opinions on the looming fallout. PLUS, has Hubert Davis b…
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On today's show, we're reacting to the news of Georgia QB Jaden Rashada filing a lawsuit against Florida head coach Billy Napier and several others, saying they defrauded him of millions pertaining to a $13.85 million NIL agreement that fell through. Rashada becomes the first college athlete to sue a coach and/or a booster over a dispute pertaining…
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Michigan and Ohio State play "The Game" 6 months from now. Both teams have a lot of questions to answer between now and then when they play the biggest college football game of the season. First and foremost, both teams have no idea who their starting quarterback will be. Both teams made major changes to their coaching staffs. Both teams filled som…
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If NCAA schools began paying players as employees, the landscape of college sports would undergo a radical transformation, affecting the economic, operational, and cultural aspects of collegiate athletics. Players receiving salaries would fundamentally change the amateur status that has long defined college sports, aligning it more closely with pro…
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