In one of our many discussions here on the subject of a post-amateurism college football world, someone took the position that the Kentuckys of that world would be constantly outbid by the Georgias for top-flight players. (Nevermind that the difference between the two schools’ 2013 revenues was less than $4 million.)
This, though, can’t hurt things.
The point here is that I don’t think any of us has a real handle on how much money is flowing through college athletics departments these days. Which is a good reason not to jump to apocalyptic conclusions.