A Professor With an Alternative Way Forward for College Sports

A Professor With an Alternative Way Forward for College Sports

USC professor Ben Carrington talks about Lincoln Riley and the systemic issues plaguing college athletics today.

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This week we speak to Ben Carrington about USC’s new head coach Lincoln Riley and the bloated contract the university offered him. Carrington goes into detail about the big issues in college athletics including the transfer portal and the very structure of college sports.

We also have Choice Words about a hedge fund investor who owns a sizable portion of the NBA’s Golden State Warriors and the comments he made about what’s happening to the Uighurs. Plus, the Just Stand Up and Just Sit Down awards, and another special playoff edition of Jake’s Takes as well. All this and more on this week’s show!

Ben Carrington

Twitter: @BenHCarrington

https://www.bencarrington.com/

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