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Huskerpilk

Junior Varsity
5 Year Member
If its going to happen you might as well get in position to take advantage of it. Hard to tell how it will all shake out but you have to think it will help those teams with dedicated and rabid fan bases like Nebraska. Who knows.
 

wheat

Red Shirt
5 Year Member
Completely disagree.
Agree. We are a small market. This will help Ohio State, Texas, USC, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, etc. It will accentuate the divide between schools in high population areas from those in low population regions. In the end, it will make it less likely, rather than more likely, Nebraska returns to elite status.

I still think there will be major Title IX issues with this because it will be football and men's basketball players that will be most able to take advantage.
 
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ShortSideOption

All American
10 Year Member
Agree. We are a small market. This will help Ohio State, Texas, USC, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, etc. It will accentuate the divide between schools in high population areas from those in low population regions. In the end, it will make it less likely, rather than more likely, Nebraska returns to elite status.

I still think there will be major Title IX issues with this because it will be football and men's basketball players that will be most able to take advantage.
Yep. People forget our biggest potential donor couldn’t care less about athletes getting paid, and for every Howard Hawks Nebraska has, USC has 100 of them.
 

Huskerthom

All Big 10
5 Year Member
This will help Nebraska more than it will hurt them.
I concur, very few states support their college athletics like we do. Our BBall team is terrible yet we still are near the top for attendance. So local people will line up to get them in commercials.
 
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