Cover ups are expensive.

Tatgate isn’t cheap.

As the old saying goes, a dollar here, a dollar there, and pretty soon you’re talking about real money.

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6 responses to “Cover ups are expensive.

  1. Uglydawg

    With just the verifiable expenses mentioned, one has to wonder how much more the real cost is….lost revenues through sales of OSU hats, jerseys, cups….loss of contributions to the football/athletic programs..loss of prestige..lots of things I’m sure I can’t imagine.
    I wonder how many huge scandles have been successfully covered up in college football. I wonder what percent get nailed and bought into the light.
    I wonder how many coaches and ADs and even college presidents have the kind of dreams that Burt Reynolds has at the end of “Deliverance”..
    It is a peaceful, easy feeling knowing that CMR will always be upfront and honest about important things…even when they’re hurtful. To those who say CMR can’t control his players, I say at be thankful we don’t have to wake up with nightmares of a hidden scandle surfacing.

    • Comin' Down The Track

      I wonder how many huge scandles have been successfully covered up in college football.

      I can think of, at least, one that involves a town that toilet papers itself for celebrations.

      • Normaltown Mike

        The TP is symbolic for all the shit that has to be cleaned up from the program to operate

  2. shane#1

    I was at P.C. Beach with my lady friend. Her Daughter had on a cover-up. I don’t know what it cost, but it was damn sure worth it. \goesintospiderholecloosestrapdoor/

  3. Mayor of Dawgtown

    When Lane Kiffin was HC at UT he got those gals to rub their breasts against recruits as a means of enticing the kids to sign with UT. Wasn’t that called “Titgate” and how much did it cost to cover it up?