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On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined Christian Tappe, a book editor and roving blogger, and Josh Zerkle from Kissing Suzy Kolber, With Leather and House of Punte to discuss the recent scandal at Ohio State University, then ask whether the NCAA’s rulebook should be rewritten to accommodate the new economics of college football.

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  • Anonymous

    Its obvious that the guys on this show 1. are big school honks and 2. haven’t a clue what most college football fans want. 1. Overwhelmingly like 80-20% want a playoff, over 65% want the players to be paid something and the final kicker is it is a National game not a regional one. Only people who want to see the same programs get overwhelmingly rewarded for keeping the other schools out would want to keep the most corrupt system in sport alive. I suggest you read: “Death to the BCS”.