“The answer to the problem is not throwing money at it.”

Oh, noes!  College football administrators are in a tizzy again about spending money on student-athletes!

Funny how spending millions on coaching salaries for coaches they no longer employ, overdone facilities and their own effing salaries don’t generate such angst.

Guys, it’s real simple.  If you don’t want to offer COA stipends, don’t.  Otherwise, shut the hell up.


Filed under It's Just Bidness, The NCAA

9 responses to ““The answer to the problem is not throwing money at it.”

  1. dawgtired

    $$$…the love of it is the root of all kinds of evil. Once you have it in your hands (or access to it), it’s hard to turn loose.

    If I knew how, I would upload the O’Jays right here.


  2. What really PO’s those Ivory Tower types is they don’t get to ‘Collude’ a solution.


  3. steve

    Did I read that correctly? Tennessee is the top (legal, reported, audited, declared) cash distributor in the entire country with Auburn a close second? Suddenly the team recruiting rankings are starting to make sense.

    Didn’t UT also have a collection of coeds that ‘lubricated’ the decision making process for HS blue-chip seniors? ANd every banker knows the Cayman Islands is called Auburn South for a reason.


  4. Scorpio Jones, III

    The more they talk about it, the worse it gets…the Senator is right…STFU


  5. Cojones

    Three SEC teams above 5k , one at 4.5k in the top 10. Both Mississippi’s join the likes of Tenn and Aub. Exactly how are they getting away with those differences? The same rules apply to all as to how much can be rectified with the Feds. Are they setting up the rest of us for class action against CFB as an amateur sport not to be taxed like the rest of’em?



    The discrepancies are a JOKE.


  7. JCDAWG83

    No one should be surprised at this. Once the Pandora’s Box was opened, the cheating was going to happen and the Auburn’s and Tennessee’s of the college football world are experts at cheating.