Eleven Dubcast: Stanford's Women's Field Hockey Championship is the Price Mark Emmert is Willing to Pay

By Johnny Ginter on June 25, 2019 at 2:15 pm
NCAA president Mark Emmert

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At the very least, the next five to ten years of college sports are going to be interesting as hell.

This week we spend a big chunk of the Dubcast talking about NCAA president Mark Emmert's ploy to keep student-athletes unpaid, as his response to potential bills in California and North Carolina that would allow for just that is to ban an entire state from championship competition. Cool!

Also, Columbus is one of the best college towns in the United States, and that's not really debateable, but is Columbus as proud of Ohio State anymore as Ohio State seems to be proud of Columbus?

All that and Ask Us Anything (which you can do via e-mail and Twitter), and if you love, love the Dubcast, go ahead and rate/subscribe on iTunes, Google Podcasts, or heck, maybe even Spotify.

0:00 After some recruiting talk, Beau and I trash the NCAA for about twelve minutes, which I enjoy doing quite a bit.

18:32 Ohio State is always changing and evolving, and so is how it's perceived by the city of Columbus.


And that'll do it for this edition of the Eleven Dubcast, thanks as always to Travis for the logo, thanks to you for listening and checking out our Dry Goods store, and we'll see you next week!

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