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NCAA being SUED 👀 Michigan after Harbaugh + NFL Draft Talk | College GameDay Podcast

  • čas přidán 20. 02. 2024
  • Rece Davis and Pete Thamel discuss Tennessee being investigated by the NCAA for NIL violations, and the subsequent attorneys general of Tennessee and Virginia antitrust lawsuit against the NCAA. They also get into the future of Michigan under Sherrone Moore and then bring in ESPN NFL Draft Analyst Matt Miller to go over what we can expect from the NFL draft. Tune in next week for when new University of Washington Head Coach Jedd Fisch joins the pod!
    0:00 NCAA investigating Tennessee For NIL violations
    11:35 Update: NCAA Is sued post-Tennessee investigation
    14:30 Michigan hires Sherrone Moore as head coach to replace Harbaugh
    23:26 NFL Draft prediction: QBs will dominate the top
    32:20 Are we in an era of extreme offense?
    36:44 Will there be a 1st-round RB in the NFL Draft this year?
    43:00 The Big 12 football schedule for 2024 is here
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Komentáře • 44

  • @johncox2589
    @johncox2589 Před 19 dny +3

    How would anybody recruit a 5 star without him knowing he has a NIL deal?

  • @timothy9596
    @timothy9596 Před 19 dny +3

    I'm a big fan of Josh Pate and he basically said why don't the league commissioners just tell the NCAA to go screw themselves. At this point, the NCAA is pretty much a nothing organization with little to no power anyway. If the NCAA were to give any team a bowl ban or something to that effect, there's really nothing they can do if the league just ignores them. And do you really think advertisers for the playoff are going to leave out a team that really didn't break any rules in the first place? Michigan got caught with one of their staff on the sidelines of a team they were going to play and they're the national champions.

  • @stischer47
    @stischer47 Před 20 dny +1

    Big 12 reminds me of the old SWC - any team can beat any other team on any weekend. Don't count anyone out.

  • @phillipcribbs4857
    @phillipcribbs4857 Před 19 dny +2

    NCAA pick and choose who they say violated NIL when Ohio State spent $14 million dollars in NIL to just buy themselves a championship and make it make sense.

  • @michaelf.bender3718
    @michaelf.bender3718 Před 19 dny +1

    This NIL thing is getting out of hand.

  • @phillipcribbs4857
    @phillipcribbs4857 Před 19 dny +1

    These Colleges who spending all this money 💰 on NIL, and they can't keep that up or are not Substanable without cheating

  • @paulwall5706
    @paulwall5706 Před 19 dny


  • @Kevinisbatman
    @Kevinisbatman Před 20 dny +13

    Just regulate the NIL and allow limits of payment to the players depending on what year they are in. Would that kinda help? NIL is terrible anyways

    • @spartyontop
      @spartyontop Před 19 dny


    • @boonedavidson3723
      @boonedavidson3723 Před 19 dny +5

      It is against federal law to limit an athlete on what they can make in NIL under the Sherman Antitrust Act. This is why Tennessee filed a lawsuit.

    • @Berley_1234
      @Berley_1234 Před 19 dny

      hmm interesting@@boonedavidson3723

    • @zplapplap
      @zplapplap Před 19 dny

      These schools can’t limit what any of its students can earn from outside endorsement contracts.
      Paying players directly offers the only way that the universities could control what they provide to its players.

  • @seanwashington7307
    @seanwashington7307 Před 10 dny

    Where was this energy for Michigan Reece? You referred to them as “cheaters” and “the cheating scandal” as often as you could, including the night they won the championship. “Against the rules” clearly paying a student-athlete is against the rules. SMU taught us that.
    Now, if we’re taking NCAA ambiguity, I’m with you. Still, it’s no excuse. Tennessee, Ohio state openly spending 13 million dollars for recruits, all this needs to be dealt with sooner rather than later by someone. Yet instead you all chase after a minor infraction that you’d never even heard of…crazy.

  • @DonaldFisher-df4df
    @DonaldFisher-df4df Před 20 dny +2

    Someone is pissed that Nico signed with Tennessee. I’m sure an anonymous whistleblower is about to come forward. Go Vols!

    • @zplapplap
      @zplapplap Před 19 dny

      The anonymous ones don’t come forward. They’re outed.

  • @jefferywicks3632
    @jefferywicks3632 Před 20 dny +1

    Just get rid of NIL and have revenue sharing among athletes.

    • @Justin-eq8ek
      @Justin-eq8ek Před 19 dny

      How are u gonna get 10s of thousands of student athletes to agree? That’s just the ones playing football. There are 100s of thousands of athletes in college. No way do they ever collectively bargain or revenue share. The sec and big ten won’t and shouldn’t ever agree to anything. All the power is there already. NIL works. The Portal works. Just regulate it and enforce only those regs.

    • @zplapplap
      @zplapplap Před 19 dny

      These players have an individual right to contract that, finally, courts are willing to protect. It’s why the NCAA abruptly abandoned its prohibition on student-athletes being paid for NIL endorsements.

  • @jaked6746
    @jaked6746 Před 20 dny +1


  • @Justin-eq8ek
    @Justin-eq8ek Před 19 dny +1

    One game verifies that Penix is not a top QB??? Who is this guy??

  • @scott4482
    @scott4482 Před 19 dny

    NIL will destroy college football

  • @nascarfan9643
    @nascarfan9643 Před 20 dny

    Don't tell me that the Vols are about to get hit with a death penalty just like SMU

    • @sorenspade6858
      @sorenspade6858 Před 20 dny +1

      Really dude do some research jfc.

    • @cbirdman
      @cbirdman Před 20 dny

      Not sure you are understanding what is happening here 😂. Get some more information about what is happening.

    • @nascarfan9643
      @nascarfan9643 Před 3 dny

      @@sorenspade6858 Violations have numerous possibilities of punishments

  • @craigzezima5458
    @craigzezima5458 Před 20 dny +4

    Yet Ohio state spent 14 million in 3 months and a player on a jet gets a violation???

    • @freeclimb5487
      @freeclimb5487 Před 19 dny

      What are you bitching about. Harbaugh got hit over a hamburger.

    • @zplapplap
      @zplapplap Před 19 dny

      What difference does the 14M make if the expenditures are not in violation of any rules?

  • @knockout9446
    @knockout9446 Před 19 dny

    Tennessee football = liquid diarrhea.

  • @TheRealWattLife
    @TheRealWattLife Před 20 dny +1


  • @sorenspade6858
    @sorenspade6858 Před 20 dny +1

    They aren't desperate. They aren't going to let the ncaa screw them When every power 5 school is doing the same thing.

    • @christophermarriott1681
      @christophermarriott1681 Před 20 dny +1

      Tell that to SMU.

    • @Justin-eq8ek
      @Justin-eq8ek Před 19 dny

      Rules are rules. Can’t use private property to get players until they accept the NIL deal. That’s what I am getting from it. That being said…look around. It’s happening everywhere so I agree with u