The New York Times discovers the link between the new SEC TV contracts and the rising salaries of assistant coaches in the conference.
Good work, fellas.
Filed under Media Punditry/Foibles, SEC Football
I hate that the Times even covers college football. They’re so far behind the curve, yet they continue to pursue “innovative” pieces rather than just straight up reporting, culminating in me having to explain the A-11 offense to my French father-in-law, who truthfully could care less, but is polite and just making conversation.
In the end, you are correct
But I always seem to get a kick out of their articles every so often
They uncovered the Auburn sociology stuff. They wrote that article about the guy choosing between Texas/OU and the parties, etc…though a lot of that was untrue…still was fun to read
You need one of those forward functions in here, pass this along to one Mr. Zimbalist.
So Spurrier is a socialist?
“Coach Smart said for five weeks, these last five weeks you’re going to remember this for the rest of your life – if you do it right.”– Davin Bellamy, AJC, 10/22/17
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