Eleven Dubcast: With the Emergence of Super Underclassmen in College Football, Should the NFL Come Calling?

By Johnny Ginter on June 18, 2019 at 2:50 pm
Ohio State quarterback Justin Fields

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There's no doubt that the Transfer Portal, which if you went back 30 years and explained the concept to the casual football fan would sound more Star Trek than college football, has brought with it a whole host of considerations for the sport.

So this week on the Dubcast, Beau and I rethink what the Transfer Portal means for teams and players, and also rub our chins thoughtfully and wonder if its emergence means that other standards set forth by the Powers That Be are possibly at risk, especially given players like Trevor Lawrence at Clemson or even our very own Justin Fields.

Oh and hey! Ask Us Anything, which does NOT have a Game of Thrones question this week (and please, don't forget to ask us all of your existential queries either via e-mail or Twitter) is also featured because it's the offseason and damn do we value free content. Don't forget to rate and subscribe to us on iTunes, Google podcasts, Spotify, or a tin can with a string through it maybe?

0:00 The Transfer Portal is borked for a lot of reasons, but the WHY it is borked is a matter of debate.

22:03 I forgot one of my personal traditions: accidentally falling asleep during the third quarter in an OOC game against a non-P5 opponent.


And that'll do it! Thanks to Travis for the cool cool logo, thanks to you for listening and checking out the Dry Goods store, and we'll see you next week!

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