McLaughlin: Could SEC and Big Ten Fix College Football?

Spencer also talks about another big picture "issue" in the sport: so-called player tampering

Posted on February 5, 2024


  By Spencer McLaughlin of Locked on CFB for SuperWest Sports

The SEC and the Big Ten recently announced they will be putting together a committee to try and navigate the future of college athletics.

They have a PLETHORA of issues to solve, which need to be fixed in a timely manner—and they face serious hurdles to doing so.

On today’s episode of Locked On College Football, I talk about another big picture “issue” in the sport: so-called player tampering.

Is it really an issue if Alabama’s Kalen DeBoer reached out to Arizona QB Noah Fifita when he wasn’t supposed to?

Also, the Pac-12 has dissolved, though is still technically the home of Oregon State and Washington State.

WSU President Kirk Schulz is currently flexing what little power he has left in college sports to try and set the stage for the Pac-12 rebuild one day.

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