The Campaign For DA

10.19.2016

Fun With Math And College Football




And we wonder why Texas won't give up or make any concessions on . . .

ESPN is on Year Six of a 20-year, $295 million contract

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

AINT NOTHIN MORE CROOKED OR DIRTY AS COLLEGE FOOTBALL. THE KIDS DON'T GET PAID LIKE THEY SHOULD BUT THOSE FAT CATS IN THE IVORY TOWERS LAUGH ALL THE WAY TO THE BANK.

Anonymous said...

Boy, ESPN took it in the shorts on that deal.

DF DeLoss Dodds

Anonymous said...

No, he isn't. The player's worth, calculated this way, is TOTALLY dependent upon the football program and University existing in the first place. In other words, what if a second stringer decided that football wasn't for him anymore, and he told the coaches he's quitting. Still worth all that money the next day? Nope.

Anonymous said...

Of course not, dummy. He wouldn't be a "University of Texas football player" anymore, so of course he wouldn't be worth shit. Duh.