TSL Podcast Episode 81: College Football’s Declining Attendance; a Look Around the ACC

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The TSL Podcast crew discuss all that happened during the bye week for the Hokies, including the transitive property of football (because UVA played ODU), college football’s declining attendance, and a look around the ACC (44 minutes).

  • 1:55 — the joy of bye weeks
  • 5:00 — a look around the ACC, especially UVA-ODU
  • 23:40 — the value of experience and “football players” vs. “athletes”
  • 30:25 — declining attendance in college football
  • 39:45 — this week’s song lyric

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  1. Just want to say you guys do a really great job with your podcast. You are so much better than the Roanoke Times duo it’s not even funny; and you are more informative and just as entertaining as similar television sports talk shows out here in Oklahoma City talking about OU and Big 12 sports.

  2. Army is a good example of a team with 2-star football players. West Point might get 3 or 4 3-star players every year but most of those guys are 2-star (even N/A star) football players with above average IQ’s and ambition. That’s why teams like Army, Navy, and Air Force are competitive most years.

    1. Plus, if more schools that are loaded with 2-star players ran the triple option like the military academies, they’d probably be more successful.

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