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“At the heart of the problem is an addiction to lavish spending.”

Matt Hayes (yeah, I know) cites a report that claims 86 percent of college athletes live below the poverty line.  Now before you go running off from that, note that Hayes manages the correct take in response: 599 more words

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"You take the games when you can get them..."

Not sure why this is puzzling to some:

The more interesting question is why certain schools, particularly those from the Football Championship Subdivision, are willing to accommodate the SEC’s scheduling needs and play at a point in the season when it may not be convenient for them.

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Collect them all!

While I’m on my high horse this morning, I thought I’d share something with you an alert reader sent me.

Check out the Georgia Bulldog toys you can buy… 116 more words

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Pay the man.

For those of you who’ve indulged yourselves making up Greg McGarity’s shopping list after he cans Mark Richt, keep in mind that HOT NAME isn’t gonna come without a fight, financially speaking. 136 more words

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Tuesday morning buffet

Been a while since I’ve stocked up the breakfast bar.

  • Does anyone believe Larry Scott when he says, “Very, very low on the totem pole is what’s best to get a team in the playoff.”
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SEC Football

“Great research universities tend to have great athletic programs.”

And mid-major schools with shitty football programs tend to charge their students a lot of money to subsidize them.

The Panthers, now in their sixth season, haven’t given fans much reason to celebrate.

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