The fourth congressional hearing this year on how to allow college athletes to earn money from their names, images and likenesses came Tuesday with a stern warning from one senator. ''I think this is a huge mistake,'' Sen. Richard Burr (R-N.C.) said. The U.S. Senate Committee of Health, Education, Labor & Pensions held a hearing on compensating college athletes as the NCAA changes its rules to allow athletes to profit from their fame.
Likewise for Utah State, during the 2018 season, they went 11-2 and faltered in the division title game against Boise State so Utah State didn’t make the conference title game in their best season of the decade either. An added bonus is that both of these teams are known as the Aggies, so it’s a win win. TCU The Horned Frogs are a very interesting choice and actually rather intriguing because TCU was once part of the Mountain West for quite some time.
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