All the Money a College Football Player Should Make, and a Hot Offer for Hot Wings
In this episode:
- The average FBS football player is worth a lot per year to his university — but at certain schools, that value it even .
- And Buffalo Wild Wings gets a huge offer of over two billion dollars.
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Footballs a big business for top universities
How much would players be worth if they were permitted to receive compensation like NFL athletes? Using data from the Department of Education, and assuming college players made 47% of all revenue (similar to the NFL’s collective bargaining agreement), Business Insider calculated the fair market value of football players at top universities. The average FBS football player is worth $163k per year to his university — but at certain schools, that figure is way higher. — Business Insider
Buffalo Wild Wings gets a hot offer
Last month, private equity firm Roark Capital reportedly offered Buffalo Wild Wings an unsolicited, all-cash bid that would value the company at $2.3B. — The Hustle
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