CA Lawmakers Are About To Change College Football As We Know It

Steve Hartman and T.J. Houshmandzadeh weigh in on a game-changing rule that the state of California has proposed which would allow college athletes to make endorsement money.

Steve Hartman: "Now the NCAA has countered by saying that if California passes this law, they will ban all California schools from NCAA Tournaments. The Rose bowl will no longer take place and no longer part of the system."
T.J. Houshmandzadeh: "Who does the NCAA think they are? It's like they're some organized crime or something like that. You can make millions upon millions off the back of the kids, but I can't make a million off myself? Are you kidding me? Man, they need to get up out of here with that."

Listen above as the guys explain why this wouldn't just be great for the student athletes but for smaller schools from all over the state that would have a big upper hand in recruiting.

Listen to FOX Football Saturday with Hartman and Houshmandzadeh every Saturday 1pm-4pm ET!

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