Just remember, when you hear worries that the average college football game is getting too long, that’s not a concern for the fans. It’s a concern for the broadcasters. And they’re the last people who are going to sacrifice.
“When I was playing college football, my priorities were girls, football and then school,” said Mark Richt, who led the football programs at Georgia and Miami before he retired from coaching in 2018. “Now it’s going to be money, girls, football, school.” — New York Times, 5/8/21