College Football’s Premier League

Posted by Mats Engdahl on July-20-2009 Add Comments

As Congress tries in vain to break the college athletic oligarchs' hold over Division I FBS football, it appears that the elite are concocting and new way to solidify their hold over the lucrative business of "amateur" football.

According to a column in last Sunday's Boulder Daily Camera, the idea of a college super league has been bandied about by university presidents and athletic directors for some time.

The claimed plan is to create a 64-team league, divided evenly into eight regional divisions, thus ensuring wonderful competition each week and guaranteeing the included universities a lucrative source of revenue. 

The NCAA would obviously be incensed by such a move, but...

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