WOSU Public Media’s Thomas Bradley spoke with two-time Heisman Trophy winning running back Archie Griffin about the unionization of college sports. Griffin said he felt like being a student athlete was a full-time job, and is in favor of increased compensation for student athletes.
The Blue Jackets are in the playoffs, Archie Griffin weighs in on the state of college athletics and the Ohio State Football team is ready for the 2014 Spring Game.
The Blue Jackets cling to a playoff spot, college athletics is at a crossroads and the Final Four is set.
There’s a push, led by a group of Northwestern football players, to unionize college athletics. What exactly does that mean? Are these athletes employees? Are they students? Is there a middle ground?