Love the misdirected energy here…
I mean, unless he’s including the federal judges and state legislators who made things possible, it’s a little hard to see why he’s blaming the folks he’s blaming. (Well, aside from the fact that it makes him feel good, I suppose.)
A couple of points in rebuttal:
One, if money is everything, explain this for me.
Two, blame ultimately lies not with the people like me who pointed out that the system wasn’t fair to players, but with the schools and the NCAA who refused to see the train coming. And now?
Yep. If you want players to stay with a school, the choice isn’t advocating for a return to the status quo ante, ’cause that’s never happening. It’s recognizing that the labor market for college football players is the same as it is for you and me and adjusting accordingly. Can you say “employment contracts”?