It's possible some teams might end up playing a 16 game season. For college kids, that's a ton of football where you have to mix in an academic schedule that includes semi-final and final exams.
It's all gigantic money for the universities on the back of 18-22 teenagers and young men where 99 percent of the kids don't get a dime of the money made on their backs except the free ride for the privilege of going to class, taking exams and doing all the other stuff that's gosh dang hard to do, even without having to basically have a full time job playing football on top of it all.
Those kids love that they can still play ball and might have an avenue to the NFL.....might.....most won't. Being young and naive, I guarantee most would look back happy for what they did, but now recognized, they should have been being paid, allowing them a better lifestyle than the restrictions put upon them. Doing so could help rid college football of booster corruption as kids wouldn't necessarily need the perks boosters give them if they are getting paid.