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Guaranteed Money #63: Why UCLA & USC Moving To Big 10 Is Money Motivated

Everyone is wondering who is going to land NBA superstar Kevin Durant, and in this episode of Guaranteed Money, host Ryan Doyle and millennial entrepreneur Anthony Varrell will be joining in on the speculation. But that’s not all; we’re also covering some of the big news of the week, including the crypto winter that’s going on and why the USC and UCLA moving may not be the best thing to happen to college football.

It feels to us like the mainstream media is just flooded with headlines about ‘crypto winter.’ Varrell agrees that not a lot of stuff is trading. Even Bitcoin and Etherium are trading sideways. But there’s still money flying into the early stage venture stuff, and there’s still constructive conversations around it.

But can you trust the mainstream media when it comes to the current cryptocurrency and its value? Maybe not. At best, it seems like a deflection tactic, and Anthony and Ryan will tell you why when you listen in. Be sure to let us know if you agree. You’re welcome to join in the conversation happening in our comments section on YouTube and other platforms.

The two love to talk about football as much as they can, but this isn’t just a football story, it’s a big business story too. The USC and UCLA moving to the big 10 is something neither Ryan or Anthony like, and they’re probably not the only ones who are going to be unhappy about it. Money talks, but is this move going to be detrimental to the players?

Be sure to catch the full episode; we’ll also be talking about why sports may just tell the cable companies to stick it where the sun doesn’t shine. If sports leaves, what are the cable companies going to do then? Those dinosaurs aren’t going to evolve unless they really have to. This and more on episode #63 of Guaranteed Money!


To view our episode #62 click here.

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