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Arkansas Razorbacks (pig sooooey)

Discussion in 'College Football' started by ScriptOhio, Jan 21, 2015.

  1. LovelandBuckeye

    LovelandBuckeye You never lose to those pricks. Ever. Ever. - UFM

    Yet another program killed by the great Tressel.
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  2. Nutriaitch

    Nutriaitch Retired Super Hero

    you misspelled John L Smith
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  3. Nigel Tufnel

    Nigel Tufnel Choking on vomit

    I thought he misspelled volleyball players on motorcycles.
  4. ScriptOhio

    ScriptOhio Everybody is somebody else's weirdo.

    Whole Hog and then some: Arkansas reportedly spent most money on food for athletes

    It was not too long ago that the NCAA passed rules changes opening up what schools could provide in terms of food for athletes. While the training table was not the only source of nutrition for football players and their peers at their school, it did become much more of a factor — and cost — for schools involved as they went from serving one meal to athletes to multiple.

    Now we have some sort of idea how much that all cost and let’s just say it meant more for one SEC program. Forbes obtained records from public schools about “Student-Athlete Meal Expense” from 2016 and 2017 and surprisingly it was Arkansas who spent the most cash on grub over that time period — a total of more than $7 million and some $3.5 million in the most recently reported year alone.

    “We spend a lot of money on it,” said the Razorbacks’ Director of Sports Nutrition Karla Horfsal. “We understand how important it is to invest in our student-athletes, and that’s one area where it’s not like we’re making money back by feeding our athletes. I know for me personally, that’s something to be proud of, and I know that that’s something that our entire department really supports. They really appreciate the role of nutrition, and I’d like to think that that’s the growing trend across the country as far as college athletics.”

    Of course, all that good eating (which is for all sports on campus) didn’t exactly translate onto the football field at Arkansas with the team winning just four SEC games the past three seasons.

    Other big spenders on meals include the usual suspects of Ohio State, Michigan, Iowa, Texas A&M and Texas. Some eight programs spent at least $2 million in 2017 on meals according to the figures obtained, which don’t include private schools like USC and Notre Dame.

    Perhaps the biggest surprise was not seeing either Alabama or Clemson, the two most recent national champions in football, make the top 20. As we’ve seen though, the proper amount of food doesn’t always result in wins across the board.

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    Of course the Hogs could have saved some serious money by picking up some edible pig parts on the Kansas City freeway last week:

    A truck spilled pig guts all over a Kansas City interstate, and commuters were told to find an 'alternative snout'


    Woo Pig Sooie!!!.....:slappy:

    Seriously, we're #2 (which is a good thing, i.e.
    Better Nutrition = Better Performance):

    Top 20 Biggest Spenders on Student-Athlete Meals
    1. University of Arkansas: $3.5 million
    2. Ohio State University: $3.1 million
    3. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor: $2.8 million
    4. University of Iowa: $2.8 million
    5. Texas A&M University, College Station: $2.7 million
    6. University of Texas, Austin: $2.6 million
    7. University of Minnesota, Twin Cities: $2.5 million
    8. University of Kansas: $2.2 million
    9. University of Tennessee, Knoxville: $1.9 million
    10. University of Washington, Seattle: $1.9 million
    11. University of Georgia: $1.7 million
    12. University of Oklahoma, Norman: $1.7 million
    13. University of Maryland, College Park: $1.7 million
    14. Auburn University: $1.5 million
    15. University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign: $1.5 million
    16. Pennsylvania State University: $1.4 million
    17. Virginia Tech: $1.4 million
    18. University of Louisville: $1.4 million
    19. University of Oregon: $1.3 million
    20. Indiana University, Bloomington: $1.3 million
    Entire article:
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  5. charlohiottean

    charlohiottean So much potential…

    I believe that article ignored the elephant in the room:


    Yes, I know he’s gone, but I bet some of his buyout was in that slop trough “training table”.
  6. LovelandBuckeye

    LovelandBuckeye You never lose to those pricks. Ever. Ever. - UFM

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  7. Swimmer

    Swimmer Please take my free art test

    No Bama, No Clem? Ostarine in bulk must be cheap.
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