Found January 30, 2013 on
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Today's show sees one of our favorite guests, Allen Kenney, join us on the podcast. Y'all ought to know Kenney from his great Oklahoma site, Blatant Homerism, or from the Bloguin family's own Crystal Ball Run. He does some great work, including his most recent podcast with John Infante talking the NCAA and Miami situation.
Allen and I kick things off with Oklahoma. The team that won ten games is also the same team that got thrashed by former conference mates, the Texas A&M Aggies. We kick around some thoughts on Landry Jones; a guy most people do not realize is the third all-time leading passer in FBS history.
Then we get to the Big 12 and how that conference is going to hold it together. You know, Grant of Rights, ACC or Pac-12 alliance and all that jazz. Ground is a little shaky but who knows where the chips will fall when it is all said and done.
Finally, we get to the NCAA. Kenney recaps his discussion with John Infante and then we talk about how the players can get some cash in their pockets. Oddly enough, the podcast was taped prior to ESPN breaking the news that athletes are now allowed to pursue TV money in the landmark O'Bannon case.
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