College is supposed to be a place for education, well, we all learned something about college sports in 2020. Or maybe more appropriately had it confirmed for us. Sports Illustrated host Robin Lundberg discussed what was made abundantly clear about the business of major college athletics this year with SI senior writer Michael Rosenberg.
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