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We're finishing up our number three here on today's fault, Paul finebaum show. I'm Brad Edwards. Paul having a day off today, and again tomorrow, actually, I say he's having the day off, I don't know exactly what he's doing. He might be working at something else, but he's not hosting the show today. I'll be back tomorrow as well taking you into your Memorial Day weekend. Hope everyone has a, a great weekend. Paul. We'll be back next week from the SEC spring meetings in Destin. So you will you will see him again. Then until then let's get back to your calls. Let's go with Tyler in Tuscaloosa. Hey, read these taking my call guys like me, and you're busy working. Well Paul's living up to feature wherever he's at around. Yeah. Out on the golf course something like that. Yeah. Well more power to 'em. Hey well the big questions this off season. For, for me has been the issue of the NCWA opening the box of possibly in the future allowing players to make a little money, and I'm, you know, objectively, that's fine. I think I deserve to be hitting paid for what they're doing the skill set like that. But I'm kind of a big picture guy and I'm a huge fan of college football. And I know that when the business regulation comes into play a lot of times, what happens situations is the consumer even if they don't know. It is, is the only one lose everybody else making money. The consumer is not getting the best product. So I have to just ask you this, and I just want your opinion on it when the big deals or getting made for guys like Trevor orange to his younger brother and many other prospects comments. This happens is the product that we love going to change in a way, like, for example. Why should a guy getting paid to fly college? Football even play college football. And why not why wouldn't he just forego college football altogether and, and make the big money? You know, that's, that's the only thing that I'm kind of scared of. I get that. What, what do you, you know, especially now that the NFL has implemented this rookie wage scale where there's basically, there's a limit on what you can pay a rookie in that first contract? So I mean I guess it would be technically possible. If you didn't do a good enough job, regulating, you know, what student athletes would be allowed to make you know, could could they conceivably make close enough in college, too, where like, okay, what's, what's the point of even? A even going to come and look the other way of looking at his I'm talking through it maybe for some of them, it's a reason to stay for one more year of college. But, but I don't know. I guess, I guess the question is, could you get to the point where it becomes it becomes corrupt to where I no longer you. No longer. I think we already kind of in our minds. Do a do a very poor job of recognizing for what it is. Which it, it's a huge business. And at the moment the, the, the workforce, which is the players are, are not getting as much out of it is what they put into it. But in the event that they ever did. I think. I think we would probably start to recognize it more for what it is, which is that, it's, it's just simply a big business that we're passing office Amateur Athletics. Absolutely. And I want to have one more thing, you know, colorful lawyers want to be playing or paid money and they should be, but look at the NFL guys were making a lot of money for a long time. Are they always super happy with their contracts? No, it's really only been recently, the NFL has allowed players to have much say, in what happens so with the regulation, and with the money will come..