Apocalypse not

Jim Delany admits under oath that “some [Big Ten school presidents and chancellors] probably would — may be disagreeable” with Delany’s statement about how the schools would respond if they had to share much revenue with athletes in the event the O’Bannon plaintiffs prevailed in their lawsuit.

Gee, now there’s a shocker.

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5 responses to “Apocalypse not

  1. Ubiquitous Ga Alum

    Ahhh, I love the smell of BS in the morning ….

  2. Don’t ya though!! :)

  3. 69Dawg

    Why would the NCAA not want to get this settled in one case, class action, rather than being hit with hundreds of cases?????

  4. paul

    I don’t see how a defendant’s response to losing a case is relevant to whether or not the case may go forward. Nobody wants to lose. Why should a judge care or even consider that Delany and his folks might just take their ball and go home should (when) they lose? I don’t understand how that has any bearing on the suit.

  5. mdcgtp

    regardless of who drafted the comments, is the burden on delaney to make sure that any written testimony that is said to be from him ACTUALLY reflect his views?

    i generally think so little of him that it is not possible for me to think less of the man, yet he continually amazes me with new material. i wish somehow he and his crap ass conference would go up in smoke financially.