Dennis Dodd wrote about the popularity of college football last week, asking the question, "Has college football peaked?"
Dodd argued that the sport is still peaking, but he identified several issues that could shape the face of college football's future. With that in mind, he joined me on the Eye On College Football Podcast -- or, for the long-time listeners, "The Doddcast" -- to discuss some of the biggest off-field issues.
Topics covered in the podcast include, but are not limited to:
-- The explosion of college football's popularity in the BCS era
-- O'Bannon vs. NCAA going to trial: Who has the most to lose?
-- Northwestern's unionization movement and how Kain Colter might become the Curt Flood of college football.
-- The "Saban Rule" and other pace-of-play rule proposals
-- NCAA looking at proposals regarding padded practice limits.
Ways to Listen
1) CBSSports.com player below
Previously on the Eye On College Football Podcast: Tom Fornelli on the new Big Ten divisions, expectations for Texas and USC in 2014 and the most relatable event in the Winter Olympics. (iTunes)