Lyle Lovett. There, I said it. Feel like a weight's been lifted!
Salty, I followed the $$ once; I will never do it again. Not saying this played a part in Birms decision, just commenting on your point.
He could have negotiated some equity in the start-up site as well.
Staff, you can use mine if yours are getting dull.
Rutgers, a team which started playing football in 1869, has never lost to Michigan at home
Without looking up how many games this entails I just say WOW!
Yes, Nike and the athletic department make money off of these.
Better ways indeed. Where's Il_Padrino? This is a good transition to his drive for a statute honoring Chic.
I agree to a certain extent - I do however like honoring the teams from different eras that accomplished historic things.
Yep. Been with DSC for over a year now and love it.
Sound advice, McG.
if Harbs is one of those guys who uses "air quotes" with their fingers
Damn, I do that sometimes. Need to go shower.
Over the past year I have kept sending an email to President Drake, Il_P. Received a response saying the same as before "thank you for reaching out to President Drake...your message has been forwarded"... yada yada. This time she copied me on the forward - it went to Diana Sabu in the Athletics Dept.
"Sabau, Diana" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
and a mama bear does the same.
HA! There is so much right in this!
+100 if I could. Good post.
I was just getting ready to post the same. +1 for great minds.
This is where my head is at as well.
Is anyone else outraged at the timing of his release?
My sister isn't laughing...
Drama. That's all pro sports is these days.
Now, get off my damn lawn!
Good for him. My advice would be to enjoy the process.
Oh, he's relevant...
Athletics Director Gene Smith has been selected by the NACDA Officers and Executive Committee to be the recipient of the 50th James J. Corbett Memorial Award, the highest honor one can achieve in collegiate athletics administration.