Pat Kennedy Thinks The NCAA Is In Big Trouble

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OKLAHOMA CITY - MARCH 20: A detail of a NCAA logo decal is seen at center court as the Kansas State Wildcats play against the Brigham Young Cougars during the second round of the 2010 NCAA men's basketball tournament at Ford Center on March 20, 2010 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

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Pat Kennedy is the former head coach of the Towson Tigers basketball team.

Pat joined Ed and Steve to talk about the changes coming in college athletics.

Pat Kennedy On College Sports

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Pat started on the new structure of college football which has been “coming for 30 years.” Pat said that this case relates to what happened with Chris Weber and how the University Of Michigan used his likeness to profit tremendously. “if the union holds that Northwestern is trying to put in place, players will have to start paying taxes on money earned.” Pat also had a cryptic message saying “the NCAA is in big trouble.”

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