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NCAA (Not Caring About Anyone)

Discussion in 'College Football' started by CFPBuckeye, Aug 19, 2017.

  1. MililaniBuckeye

    MililaniBuckeye The satanic soulless freight train that is Ohio St Staff Member Tech Admin

    That's about what it would take, and I seriously doubt that it would ever happen, because even the sure-fire NFL picks won't risk not being able to play and either getting passed over or having to wait until "three years out of high school" before being daft eligible without getting to play before then.
     
  2. HorseshoeFetish

    HorseshoeFetish Silver Bullet Supporter

    Personally i think the kids should get some pocket money. Even if it's only 10 bucks an hour or something.
     
  3. kujirakira

    kujirakira Senior

    Thats because coaching salaries exploded in last 20 years. Any professionalization would entail massive paycuts to staff that would be redirected to the athletes... and then the Urbans and Sabans would bounce for NFL and probably stay there.
     
  4. cincibuck

    cincibuck You kids stay off my lawn!

    Ok, give me your list of the twenty "survivors." I can tell you right now that Indiana, Purdue, Minnesota, Rutgers and Maryland need help from the general fund. Ol' Miss may suck at football, but they pull in the fans for their home and road games and their SEC money, while not as much as the Big Ten's bundle to individual schools, is within range.
     
  5. Nutriaitch

    Nutriaitch Retired Super Hero

    what hotels in America doesn’t already offer free wifi to its guests?

    i mean i’ve been in some really shady places that may or may not rent rooms by the hour. and even they had free wifi (and vouchers for penicillin shots).
     
  6. Nutriaitch

    Nutriaitch Retired Super Hero


    most of the SEC turns a profit. especially if we just counting football.

    LSU not only turns a profit for entire athletic department, but the department is also 100% self sufficient (no tuition money, no tax money) and donates a few million to academic side every year.

    i don’t have the numbers, but i’d venture to guess most of the SEC turns profits for overall athletic departments.

    mainly because most SEC schools carry fewer athletic programs than lot of other conferences. Lsu carries 21 varsity teams. tOSU by comparison carries 37.

    that’s an extra 16 programs that don’t turn profits sucking from the money makers.
     
  7. jwinslow

    jwinslow A MAN OF BETRAYED JUSTICE Staff Member Tourney Pick'em Champ



    No offense intended, just pointing out how to properly evaluate the exhaustive nature of most expense charts for college athletics.
     
  8. cincibuck

    cincibuck You kids stay off my lawn!

    And no offense taken. And, an MBA in accounting can lead to a lifelong career in hiding the pea under one of three thimbles so the auditor can't find the money trail. But sometimes the pea is of such a size that it won't fit under any of the thimbles.

    From Business Update, October 2016:
    "While it is no secret that there is a lot of money being made from college sports, that money is not even close to being evenly distributed. The 231 NCAA Division I schools with data available generated a total of $9.15 billion in revenue during the 2015 fiscal year. But while there are 24 schools that make more than $100 million, most make much less."

    From USA Today, May 2013:

    "Of the 231 schools, 76% make less than $50 million in athletics revenue. If we take it a step further, nearly half of the Division I schools (44%) make less than $20 million
    Athletics departments getting subsidy money when they are self-sufficient "raises a major question about institutions, which are always trying to play catch-up in the athletic realm, relying on institutional and government subsidies and student fees to make ends meet at a time when we have very limited resources," says Anne D. Neal, president of the American Council of Trustees and Alumni. "And that raises questions as to whether institutions are paying attention to their primary purpose, which is education."

    LSU, Nebraska, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Penn State, Purdue and Texas were the only schools to report no subsidy money in 2012. Michigan reported receiving less than $260,000: $16,000 in federal work study funding and the remainder from the university to cover the salary of academic services director Phil Hughes, according to athletics spokesman Dave Ablauf.

    $71 MILLION SURPLUS: NCAA hits record number in 2012

    All 23 of the self-sufficient schools are from conferences whose champions automatically qualify for the Bowl Championship Series, which makes sense because that's where the money is.

    However, other programs in these conferences remained far from self sufficient in 2012. Rutgers, for instance, spent $28 million more than it generated — a deficit it covered with about $18.5 million from the school and $9.5 million in student fees. This constituted a slight improvement over 2011, when Rutgers spent $28.5 million more than it generated."
     
  9. OHSportsFan

    OHSportsFan Fan of Ohio Sports in Indy

    Merge with the “Should college players be paid...” ?

     
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  10. CFPBuckeye

    CFPBuckeye Turned down a Harbaugh sleepover '17 Fantasy Baseball Champ

    Thank god he knows, at least. It’d be a shame if he just put out a registry and was ruled ineligible. Who would even think about something like that? Kudos to him for even finding out. Maybe they are told this in some kind of eligibility orientation thing? Idk. So dumb.
     
  11. LovelandBuckeye

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

    I quit!
     
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  12. OHSportsFan

    OHSportsFan Fan of Ohio Sports in Indy



    Then again, maybe UVA compliance jumped the gun and asked him to take it down. Mark Emmert denied the NCAA requesting it.
     
  13. CFPBuckeye

    CFPBuckeye Turned down a Harbaugh sleepover '17 Fantasy Baseball Champ

    Somebody said it. I’d like to know who and where it came from. It sounded completely idiotic but I also won’t lie, I wasn’t surprised. It’s just something nobody would ever think of.
     
  14. Fungo Squiggly

    Fungo Squiggly Mortal enemy of all things Bucky Yahoo Pickem Champ Former Game Champion '18 Keeper League Champ '18 BPCFFB II Champ

    NCAA should suspend for even having a registry. What is this, a goddamned baby shower?
     
  15. buckeyemania11

    buckeyemania11 HATE, HATE, HATE, HATE!!! Former BPCFFB II Champ '18 Bowl Upset Contest Winner

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