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Great thread. Thanks for bringing up this point.
I hope that the NCAA levels the playing field in this regard. There are only 15 programs that could probably afford to do this. I bet only about 5 would be willing to actually do it. I am passionate about college football, but it has become too "professionalized". Seems disingenuous to staff an army, but refuse to give the athletes anything (and I am not for this, because it would make the disparities even greater)
Gentry, doesn't Buck Belue or Kevin Butler provide similar benefits to the UGA coaching staff? I thought that Richt facilitated their jobs for this purpose.
Feels like Saban is always "pushing the envelope with NCAA rules".
Over-signing, medical redshirts, support staff... Not cheating, but pretty close.
The NCAA needs to, but likely won't, equilibrate this.
If it is legal, then nothing wrong with doing it!
It only becomes illegal I would imagine when these "analysts" are watching and coaching players in the offseason.
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