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SI’s Dan Wetzel, Pat Forde, and Ross Dillinger discuss the prospects of another summer that could include massive conference realignments in college football.
The first domino has yet to be dropped this summer in college football, but as we approach a new Pac-12 television deal, it could happen soon. The Big 12 is waiting patiently to see if Pac-12 commissioner George Klyavkov can secure a deal strong enough to keep the conference together. There are many lucrative schools that could follow the path of USC and UCLA given a bad deal. The guys argue about whether another reorganization will take place soon. Dan feels the 12-team playoffs could address the Pac-12 and Big 12’s woes, but the conferences have been in a frenzy.
The ACC’s annual meetings take place this week. A tense environment is likely to occur as major teams such as Clemson and Florida State are not satisfied with their share of conference profits.
Notre Dame has reached the end of its apparel contract with Under Armour, which leads the podcast to wonder which company will become the next Notre Dame affiliate. In addition, the topic raises the question of how important the Notre Dame brand is compared to other major institutions within the country.
Former Georgia quarterback Stetson-Bennett is back in the news with a new report that after 6 years of college, he didn’t graduate with a degree. It really is an amazing achievement for Los Angeles RamsRookie QB.
finally. In bizarre news, a Dunkin Donuts thief makes a bizarre move and Lake Erie cheaters face the scales of justice.
1:00 The conference realignment race may start again this summer
28:53 How strong are the ACC’s brands?
34:08 Expectations for the ACC meetings
43:00 What should Notre Dame do for its new branding?
48:23 Reports have surfaced that Stetson Bennett has not officially graduated from Georgia with a degree after 6 years
53:13 Boston guy ordered food before he robbed Dunkin’
58:33 Two fishermen who cheated on Lake Erie were sentenced to prison
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