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On Friday afternoon, former Oklahoma head coach Barry Switzer announced he’s giving back to the school in a big way. Switzer is starting a new name, image and likeness collective for Sooners athletes...
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“The 1Oklahoma Foundation is a non-profit organization that will serve non-profits throughout Oklahoma through the NIL of OU football, men’s basketball and softball athletes,” OU Daily said.
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Albino Potato26 months
College sports have been ruined. When you have 30 coaching staffs that total over $10 million and 15 staffs over $15 million there’s plenty of money around. I think everyone is upset at the players when it’s not their fault. Are they in charge of the money being thrown around for these billion dollar tv deals? And why do we always get mad at them when if we had the same opportunity as them? I’m honestly glad the veil has been ripped off for all to see because it’s been ruined for years hiding in the dark the money exchanging hands.
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NoShow26 months
Wait until Saban hears about this shite.
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DVinBR26 months
remember when college sports were all about putting your heart and soul into your team to prove yourself to the next level? nope, all about the money now, there is going to be an explosion of headcases that dgaf about anything but themselves
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MMauler26 months
It's just a copy of his 1980's model of paying Sooner football players.
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TouchdownTony26 months
All you bleeding hearts that thought this might be a few hundred bucks a year, get used to it. College ball is now Pro ball.
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PUB26 months
$40,000 - $50,000 base + free college, free medical and dental and all the steak you can eat. College sports are semi-pro and ruined.
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CanebreakCajun26 months
Is it your money?
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