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Transfer Portal Quarterbacks Cost Millions of Dollars

College Football Transfer Portal Quarterbacks cost millions of dollars these days. Nebraska Huskers football coach Matt Rhule managed fans’ expectations by putting an actual number on it. He said it would cost 1-2 million dollars in ‘Name, Image and Likeness’ money to recruit a quarterback from the transfer portal. Last summer, Maryland quarterback Taulia Tagovailoa said an SEC school offered him $1.5 million dollars to transfer.

A record number of players, including some enticing quarterbacks, are hitting the transfer portal this week. In addition to playing time they are looking for lucrative endorsement money. Some schools are better equipped in the NIL arena than others. We will analyze the college football quarterback market in today’s game.

Plus, we have our four finalists for the Heisman Trophy presentation in New York this weekend. Does Ohio State Wide Receiver Marvin Harrison Jr. have a chance against three high profile quarterbacks?

Finally, we have our final Big 10 football Power Rankings with some thoughts on how to improve rosters for next season. It’s all on Locked on Big 10 with Craig Shemon.
0:00 Matt Rhule @Nebraska – saying how much it’ll take to to recruit a quarterback from the transfer portal
14:38 Heisman trophy winner to be announced on Saturday
23:40 Big 10 Power Rankings
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