Is there anything worse than watching a millionaire play the victim card? Yes, but not many things.
We knew Soybean Wind was bad, but today we got another glimpse at just how bad:
Dabo Swinney on satellite camps on ACC teleconference: "Instead of having camps you're having combines. And I think there's enough of that"— CBS Sports CFB (@CBSSportsCFB) April 22, 2015
... It's possible Soybean Wind doesn't know what a satellite camp is. He was, however, but the latest to complain about the Big Ten's (and others) advantageous loophole.
Nick Saban's thoughts on satellite camps pic.twitter.com/eXO51onsYw— Marq Burnett (@Marq_Burnett) April 22, 2015
Yes, that's Nick Saban, a man whose support staff almost doubles poor Tim Beckman's. I doubt you'll hear Saban whining about what a competitive advantage that creates for him.
These guys are paid millions of dollars to win football games, yet are complaining about offseason camps. Maybe they should just shut up and try harder, because I'm sure that's what they'd tell their players.