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Wharton Moneyball: College Football Preview,

Ep. 165

Show from 8/28/19


In this episode of Wharton Moneyball our hosts talk with the National College Football Insider for The Athletic, Bruce Feldman. They discuss their first week expectations of NCAA season. Also is there any credibility in the recruiting system for college football?


Guests:

Bruce Feldman is the National College Football Insider for The Athletic. One of the sport’s leading voices, he also works on FOX Sports’ college football coverage on the sidelines and in studio for FOX and FS1. Bruce has covered college football nationally for more than 20 years and is the author of numerous books on the topic, including most recently. 


Follow him on Twitter @BruceFeldmanCFB


Check out his book: amzn.to/1Q3OAXG

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