The college football bowl season is here and conferences and schools are projected to collectively take home more than $600 million in revenue. Should student-athletes receive a cut?
Chris Yandle, who spent more than a decade working in collegiate athletics, and is currently enrolled in a PhD program at Mercer, joins the podcast to discuss amateurism in college athletics. Are student-athletes treated as property? Should student-athletes be allowed to capitalize on their own personal image? Is reform coming in the way the NCAA does business? Yandle offers his insight in a thought-provoking discussion.
To open the show, Austin and Jeremy discuss the Alabama election and Net Neutrality.