USC, UCLA and the Big Ten Get Theirs—but at What Cost?

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Sports Illustrated

By Pat Forde The rich are getting richer in college football, but at a substantial loss for everyone else. What one college athletics super poacher began last July, the other accelerated this week. And the entire enterprise now is hurtling toward a complete demolition and rebuild in the coming years. More than ever, we are entering the long-anticipated, much-theorized era of two megapower conferences, the Southeastern and the Big Ten. They’ve long been the richest, but their successive summer blockbuster moves to acquire the best of the rest of the Power 5 leagues have widened the chasm betwee…

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