Listen: Football, University Of Central Florida And Sports Columnist discussed on This Weekend with Gordon Deal
"Or overhauling college football. Why in the world aren't we kicking the biggest fish that needs frying? Why aren't we picking the biggest fight that we can fight to do the most good? Why aren't we focusing on the needs of the student athletes? If you expand the playoff to eight or sixteen team that means more teams will be driven to function as pro football factories, the kinds of places where there is a lot of pressure on coaches. Therefore, there will be a lot of pressure on student athletes, and it is not the kind of pressure that translates to the classroom. It's the kind of pressure that translates to the field speaking with Greg more sports columnist at the Zona Republic part of the USA today network as written interesting piece about the university of central Florida undefeated now for the second year in a row. In college football. And he says does UCF prove it's time to expand the college football playoff to eight or sixteen teams going to break this down. I guess to to this simple. A typical sports argument here can UCF compete on that level with an Alabama. Clemson sure why not. Right. I mean, the history of sports is riddled with David and Goliath story. That's why we play the game. Right. That's why the NCAA basketball tournament has so much intrigue. We look at the so-called Cinderella teams every year visit team nobody's ever heard of."