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How Transfers and NIL Are Reshaping College Football

  • ESPN's Matt Miller joins us to give his takes on the state of college football, which is ever-changing in an era of NIL and the transfer portal.
  • He gives his take on if FSU belonged in this year's College Football Playoff.
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ESPN’s Matt Miller joins Front Office Sports Today to break down his thoughts on the College Football Playoff Controversy, how NIL and the transfer portal have reshaped college football, and the biggest narratives of this NFL season with ESPN’s Matt Miller.

We also dive into the NFL’s plans to play a 2024 regular-season game in São Paulo, Brazil, and the Super Bowl heading back to Los Angeles for the second time in five years in 2027.

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