The Nebraska Cornhuskers stretches to make a catch in the first quarter as they are defended by the Ohio State Buckeyes.

The start of the college football season is right around the corner.  Here are the latest headlines that you may no know about.

Here’s one that goes well with lunch or even dinner.  If you like watching college football players puke, well Lincoln, Nebraska is the place for you.  It’s fun for the whole family in fact.  The Cornhuskers head coach, Scott Frost, who claims to be coming off the best 3-9 season of all time, says it’ s not because the players are not in shape.

Ohio State quarterback and Heisman hopeful, C.J Stroud, thinks college football players in the Big 10 should receive revenue sharing.  Well in case you haven’t heard, on Thursday the Big 10 signed a 1.2 billion dollar annual media rights contract.  Each Big 10 program will now receive 75 million

The contract will pay each Big Ten institution $75 million from television rights alone.  CBS, NBC, Fox and Peacock are all part of what’s being called the largest media contract in the history of college athletics.

Here are some other college football headlines you may no know about.

In the words of Elaine Benes: “Fake, Fake Fake Fake”.

College football players penalized for targeting can have part of their punishment appealed, players faking injuries to stop the clock might not get away with it like they used to and blocking below the waist has been restricted further.  The penalties for the faking nonsense is way overdo.  It’s college football’s version of “flopping” in soccer and basketball.

In an attempt to crack down on teams awarded an injury timeout after a player fakes an injury, schools and conferences will be able to report questionable scenarios to the national coordinator of officials. The coordinator will provide feedback. Any penalties levied would be up to the conference office or school involved.

From the “Just in the nick of time” category, the NCAA sent out an email from Stan Wilcox, NCAA executive vice president of regulatory Affairs, and Jon Duncan, VP of enforcement. It said NCAA enforcement staff is “actively investigating potential abuses of NIL transactions and we’ll allege any substantiated concerns as soon as possible.

In the words of Obi-Wan Kenobi:  “You need to go home and rethink your life”

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