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Here was ESPN's Paul FInebaum reaction to the news of USC and UCLA joining the Big Ten. Per On3Sports...
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“What we have is just a battle of the two behemoths and that’s the SEC and the Big Ten. This is similar to what’s going on Wall Street between the biggest companies vying for your dollar. That’s what this is about. This is about money. Pure and simple,” said Finebaum. “Don’t let any college commissioner or president tell you otherwise. They’re a greedy bunch. That’s what they care about and the students who happen to play athletics are the pawn in this big prize.”

“I’m just grateful that the leaders of college athletics care so much about the student athletes and their mental well-being that they’re going to put softball players on a plane in California and go to Piscataway for a weekend series with Rutgers,” Finebaum said. “That’s where we are. (I’m) trying to take my cynical hat off, which is impossible today in college athletics.”
Filed Under: NCAA Football
Originally published on TigerDroppings.com

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With NIL, there are no more "students". Do you think any of them care about en education?
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The "students" are not a pawn
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He’s not wrong
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Holy crap I’m a agreeing with Pawl.
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He's 100% correct.
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Crap, I agree.
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