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The conferences vote to settle House v. NCAA, so how will college football work now?

The conferences vote to settle House v. NCAA, so how will college football work now?

Update: 2024-05-24
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The SEC and Pac-12 joined the ACC, Big Ten and Big 12 in voting Thursday to settle the House vs. NCAA case. With the NCAA also agreeing to settle, the wheels are in motion for schools to pay athletes directly once a federal judge approves the settlement.


(0:00-4:14 ) Intro

(4:15-18:44 ) Pete Nakos joins to recap the House v NCAA settlement

(18:45-25:04 ) Thoughts of the Collectives

(25:05-31:13 ) Staffs for Football Teams

(31:14-39:29 ) Fontenot v NCAA case

(39:30-43:55 ) Revenue Sharing - Moneyball

(43:56-46:02 ) Basketball Schools

(46:03-51:19 ) Scholarship Limits

(51:20-55:02 ) Jaden Rashada update

(55:03-55:19 ) Conclusion


On3’s Pete Nakos joins Andy to discuss how college sports will work if the settlement goes through. Pete also will explain how a decision in another federal case on Thursday could potentially affect the House settlement.


What happens to collectives? How will players get paid? What football programs are best positioned to take advantage of the new world?


Andy and Pete may not have all the answers, but neither do the people in charge at the moment.


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Host: Andy Staples

Guest: Pete Nakos

Producer: River Bailey

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The conferences vote to settle House v. NCAA, so how will college football work now?

The conferences vote to settle House v. NCAA, so how will college football work now?

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