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State Of College Football 2021 | The College Football Experience (Ep. 755)

State Of College Football 2021 | The College Football Experience (Ep. 755)

Podcast Recap

The College Football Experience (@TCEonSGPN) on the Sports Gambling Podcast Network takes a moment to stop and take a birds eye view on all of the radical changes that have happened in college football this offseason. Pick Dundee aka (@TheColbyD) & Patty C (@PattyC831) key in all the changes and highlight which changes they are in favor of and they project just what the sport will look like in the coming years. Will the Big 12 fold as a conference? Is paying college athletes a good thing? Will the NIL be a difference maker? Could the 12 team playoff suddenly expand? What does Texas and Oklahoma to the SEC mean for the rest of college football? Could the Mountain West and AAC feel the impact of all of these changes? Where will Notre Dame or BYU end up when its all said and done? Could the ACC be in trouble? What should the Pac 12 and Big Ten do to me more aggressive? Could the Sun Belt or Conference USA take advantage of all of this change? Should Jackson State and Deion Sanders and Tennessee State and Eddie George consider the FBS route? We talk it all on this special edition episode of The College Football Experience.

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Podcast Transcription

 

The College Football Experience is the premiere college football betting podcast. Hosted by Colby Dant, Patty C & NC Nick, the guys talk college football year-round from National Signing Day to Spring Ball through the National Championship game. From the Power Five to the FCS, we’ve got you covered with daily fantasy & college football picks. No program goes overlooked as the trio prepares you for an all-out blitz on your bookie. Join us for the full college experience with The College Football Experience on the Sports Gambling Podcast Network.

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