Today, in Gawd’s way of saying you have too much money

Rutgers fires an inept athletic director and pays her approximately $500,000 more than she was reportedly owed in exchange for agreeing not to sue the university for wrongful termination.

This is what comes of getting to suck at the Big Ten Network’s teat.

In my next life, I want to come back as a P5 AD.  Life is good.



Filed under Big Ten Football, It's Just Bidness

7 responses to “Today, in Gawd’s way of saying you have too much money

  1. ugafidelis

    No kidding right? Or work for the NCAA.


  2. Whiskeydawg

    I think I’ll head up to Rutgers and do a slip and fall in the athletic building.


  3. AusDawg85

    That’s not a payoff for fear of wrongful termination lawsuit per se…she knows where the dead body’s are and would disclose them in a lawsuit. Which says as much about her as her employer.


  4. Bulldog Joe

    Paying out hush money, Rutgers has finally reached the big time.


  5. 69Dawg

    I’m confused by all the hush money? Why is it not called blackmail any longer? Seems like we have turn the victims around in this area. No snark just a question. If lawyers are involved it becomes hush money, but if you are freelancing it is blackmail? Somebody explain this to me.


  6. 81Dog

    “Nice little athletic program you pezzovantes have here. Be a shame if anything happened to it, caprice?”