ESPN's obsession with the financial side of the Heisman
I always like to pay attention to the media and the angles they take on certain stories and how they frame the issue. Recently ESPN hasn't really talked about who could win it next year, but they have had numerous segments on the financial side of the Heisman and in particular the marketing of "Johnny Football". What is your take, is this their way of starting a debate on possibly paying the players?
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