Eleven Dubcast: The Price is Right As Long As You Have the Cash in This New Era of College Sports

By Johnny Ginter on May 19, 2020 at 2:50 pm
Ohio State quarterback Justin Fields

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As always, discussions about sports always boil down to finances.

How much it costs to attend a game, how much players could (or should?) make, whether it's financially cost-effective to continue doing things they way they've been done... all of it boils down to a simple question of "how much cash is involved and are we willing to spend it?"

So that's the theme of this week's Dubcast! We talk about my extremely hot Ohio Stadium take, whether Justin Fields can really make 400k off his likeness, and we try and fail to envision a world in which Michigan football has a better stature than they do right now. That last query came to us via Ask Us Anything, which you can do via e-mail or Twitter!

It's fun on a bun, so if you're down, please rate and subscribe to us on iTunes, Google Podcasts, or Spotify!

0:00 Is Ohio Stadium good? Yes. Is Ohio Stadium good enough for the Buckeyes? Well...


44:50 Would the Wolverines have benefited from not being in Ohio State's division?

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

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