Remember, there’s just not enough money...
Greg Gard is right.NCAA transfer policy is a hot mess. Unpaid, amateur students have to sit a year? Unconscionable. So, the NCAA wants athletes treated the same as students where possible? It’s possible here.
The NCAA has coined a new one: “college athlete model.” CAM means “students will compete against other students, not professionals or employees.” Nonsense. “Student” has ZERO to do with money or employment. The NCAA is just making $#!+ up. Again. https://t.co/2X52FqYBEV
The NCAA’s transfer policy is a hot mess, devoid of principle and legitimacy.
Micah Potter is still sitting out after quitting Ohio State mid-semester, finishing his academics and transferring to Wisconsin. Jaedon LeDee finished out the season, transferred to TCU and was just ruled immediately eligible. Because...?
Where will the money come from? What sports will be cut? Blah, blah, blah.
Georgia coach Kirby Smart picks up $125,000 in bonuses as Bulldogs clinch SEC East title with win over Auburn. He gets $100K for playing in SEC title game and team's improvement of bowl position adds another $25K. Smart is up to $175,000 in bonuses so far this season.
If only there was enough money...
Iowa's 7th win also means its assistant coaches and strength coach will average pay raises of at least 8% next season, and a bonus pool of $125K will be shared among many program staffers. An 8% pay increase next season would put strength coach Chris Doyle's pay at $864,000. https://t.co/Byn7laMAcn
Remember, there’s just not enough money...”collegiate model,” huh? Blah, blah, blah.
AM RT: Oregon coach Mario Cristobal picked up $350,000 in bonuses Saturday night when Ducks defeated Arizona. He'll get $100K for team winning Pac-12 North and $250K for the team's 9th regular-season win. He now has $750,000 in bonuses so far this season. https://t.co/mw8YGaObr6