By Ivan Maisel, On3 Sports: Armageddon arrived in college football, and we survived. Players have the freedom to move from one school to the next without having to redshirt, just like coaches. Players are getting paid while still playing on Saturdays. It’s technically not pay-for-play, but it’s still money in their pocket.
We heard for years how this would mean the end of the sport. If truth be told, I may have doom-written it a time or two.
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To some, the advent of NIL would be Armageddon for college football. That hasn’t happened. But that’s no thanks to the NCAA.
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