“… it becomes more about what they can give you instead of what (the athlete) can give to the program.”

Three years into cost of attendance stipends, and the real world results are pretty much what you’d expect — including that college football as we know it hasn’t crashed and burned.

Of course, seeing that the total COA expense at every school researched in the article is less than what those schools pay their head football coaches, it shouldn’t have.

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One response to ““… it becomes more about what they can give you instead of what (the athlete) can give to the program.”

  1. The Georgia Way

    The Georgia Way runs, by far, the most cost-effective COA program in the SEC for Georgia student-athletes.

    Rest assured, this is yet another Bulldog Point of Pride!

    #COMMITTOTHEG

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