The athletes are already being compensated. They get free education and a stipend in some sports. Sure it's peanuts compared to the revenue NCAA is making, but they are still getting something more than I got to go to college on an academic scholarship which partially covered my tuition only.
I was sitting in the 4th row of that endzone. Heartbreaking.
I've been to 43 home games and 1 bowl game. No aways yet. These are from 2002-present. I had season tix from 2002-2008 while I was in undergrad and law school. I was spoiled.
Edit: The bowl was the 2009 Fiesta Bowl. I don't want to talk about it. (looks in Anderson Russell's direction)
From the Rivals article: Bryden "beat" Hasselbeck at an accuracy competition.
That's a Jason question. I'm not important enough for those decisions. Too bad I can't /u/Jason summon him like you can on Reddit.
Estimated kickoff, at least.
Signing day got me jonesing.
It's always better to do a crappy job in paint than a good one. That's the trick.
The Pillsbury Throwboy
OWU is in Delaware County.
Stan Jackson has the same problem half the time.
Or you know, put TCU above Baylor, since BAYLOR WON ON THE FIELD, PROVING THEY ARE BETTER THAN TCU.
How can you justify Oregon above FSU though?
They tax fire now?