PHONE'S RINGING -- IT'S URBAN ON THE LINE
It's totally ok because TIME Magazine says that college athletes should be paid.
Geez, was he even worth that?
As a browns fan....no.....no he's still not.
Toledo - Ohio's right armpit
"A troll by any other name is still a troll".
I want to pay him that much to go away sometimes.
Is it him or the fact that he plays for the Browns?
"YOLO" = I'm about to do something extremely ignorant/stupid & I need an excuse to do it.
Him. But to be fair I sometimes wish I could pay to Eternal Sunshine the Browns out of my life too. *sigh* They'd just find me again.
Butch Davis was such a weirdo
Butch was just confused - he thought he was still at Miami
Nothing happening here, we at UNC have already been cleared by the NCAA,
The SEC/NCAA has already established that players receiving cash is fine as long as you don't leave a paper trail. Selling their own hard earned awards is a no no, but just give them straight cash homie.
$2200/month and never had to go to classes?
Sorry guys, I just committed to UNC.
We had our crystal balls set to UNC for you all along ;)
be careful, they might post your academic record online: http://thebiglead.com/2012/08/13/unc-screwed-up-and-now-julius-pepperss-college-transcript-is-online-for-everyone-to-see/
And you'll still get to play in a bowl game!
And yet they still sucked
“Any time you give a man something he doesn't earn, you cheapen him. Our kids earn what they get, and that includes respect.” - Woody
Waste of money.
He probably dropped half of those bills on the way to the bank.
That's the best line of this whole thread. . LOL
"I'm still hungry." --Brady Hoke
Thats some funny shit. Well done sir.
BammBamm is my dog, Riley is my 4 yr old daughter, and THE Ohio state Buckeyes complete the three most sacred loves I cherish
That's barely enough to cover his parking and speeding tickets.
He should have used that money to learn how to catch a football.
Or block down field.
This surely happens are other programs, namely the SEC programs like Ole Miss that somehow, out of nowhere, drew an outstanding recruiting class. Also, rumblings of this at Bama and Auburn have to at least suggest some sort of foul play.
Anyways, in todays college football landscape, whats the purpose of paying athletes cash to come to your school if your program doesnt win anything substantial? Boosters must have to at least look at things like this and understand that the risk is not worth the reward at football programs like UNC. It'd be like a Northwestern booster offering a ton of cash for one of the top recruits in the country, expecting that recruit to come in and make the Cats national title contenders. Even Cam Newton wasn't a one man show (had Dyer, Fdoesn't offset the so-so players (at least in regards to their high school recruiting evaluation) that we have on the roster. Even Cam Newton wasn't a one man show (had Dyer, Fairley, etc). For programs like ours, itd be catching lightning in a bottle rather than sustained success and if we were to get caught, the ramifications aren't worth those one or two improved seasons. We'd just get sent back to the dark ages from whence we came. I mean, UNC isnt exactly rolling in the crystal balls...waste of money and its just going to get your school in trouble.
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