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    Re: Ole Miss HFB coach resigns

    Quote Originally Posted by Bearpaw View Post

    Most liberally minded indoctrination seems to come from soft sciences and liberal arts
    For the most part, but they THINK they are always the first dawg to get kicked and bark the loudest. They'll always get their money.
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    Re: Ole Miss HFB coach resigns

    Quote Originally Posted by Bearpaw View Post
    How would you feel if the funding went only to improving scientific/medical/engineering (i.e. only engineering, biomedical, chemistry, math, computer science, and physics) research and teaching; also scholarships for those programs. Then, less funding would need to directly come from the federal government, and we could help reduce public debt/deficits.

    Most liberally minded indoctrination seems to come from soft sciences and liberal arts
    Ain't gonna happen -

    I look at myself and what I spend annually on Tech athletics wise & LTAC, NO ONE is going to redirect that money to the academic side of the equation

    The academic side gets the money I give them because of the athletic side - not vice-versa

    So you climb the food chain to the P5's to those that have NO ties to the institution except through the sports programs and it will be even a larger effect

    It may not be the right thing, but it is what it is
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dwayne From Minden View Post
    Ain't gonna happen -

    I look at myself and what I spend annually on Tech athletics wise & LTAC, NO ONE is going to redirect that money to the academic side of the equation

    The academic side gets the money I give them because of the athletic side - not vice-versa

    So you climb the food chain to the P5's to those that have NO ties to the institution except through the sports programs and it will be even a larger effect

    It may not be the right thing, but it is what it is
    I'm not saying that any donations go to academics, I was only limiting it to the PROFITS from REVENUE (ticket sales, TV, etc), not from donations. Very few programs have net profits (Texas is best), but those profits should be not just wasted on athletics (arms race of better coaching salaries, facilities, uniforms, etc.). We don't need to have schools close like the Soviets

    In summary, if you have donations for athletics, apply them to the athletic budget. If you have a profit (not including donations), then apply some to academics, scholarships, research, and the endowment.

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    Re: Ole Miss HFB coach resigns

    Quote Originally Posted by Bearpaw View Post

    If you have a profit (not including donations), then apply some to academics, scholarships, research, and the endowment.
    No! That's NOT what the customer is paying for.
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    Re: Ole Miss HFB coach resigns

    Quote Originally Posted by PawDawg View Post
    No! That's NOT what the customer is paying for.
    Ok, but I don't believe the customer (fans) is wanting to pay for coach/players to receive escorts either. And I don't believe we customers want our universities to close because college football has become a shameless arms race

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    Re: Ole Miss HFB coach resigns

    The problem.


    ESPN signs 15-year deal with SEC (2008)
    http://www.espn.com/college-sports/n...ory?id=3553033

    The Southeastern Conference has signed a 15-year deal with ESPN reportedly worth more than $2 billion to televise sporting events, including football and men's and women's basketball.

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    Re: Ole Miss HFB coach resigns

    Quote Originally Posted by PawDawg View Post
    No! That's NOT what the customer is paying for.
    PD and DFM, what are y'all paying for? I'm paying for a good athletic program, with decent facilities and competitive programs. I also want the athletic program to benefit the academic side (awareness is a big one). While I enjoy some of our improvements, some that I've heard of in other programs are unnecessary, and I believe it is moronic for a program to use their endowment as collateral to get ahead (USL)

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    Re: Ole Miss HFB coach resigns

    Quote Originally Posted by qng001 View Post
    The problem.


    ESPN signs 15-year deal with SEC (2008)
    http://www.espn.com/college-sports/n...ory?id=3553033

    The Southeastern Conference has signed a 15-year deal with ESPN reportedly worth more than $2 billion to televise sporting events, including football and men's and women's basketball.
    Agreed, but that's the market these days... what was life like before big TV?

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    Re: Ole Miss HFB coach resigns

    Quote Originally Posted by Bearpaw View Post
    Agreed, but that's the market these days... what was life like before big TV?
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    Re: Ole Miss HFB coach resigns

    Quote Originally Posted by Bearpaw View Post
    How would you feel if the funding went only to improving scientific/medical/engineering (i.e. only engineering, biomedical, chemistry, math, computer science, and physics) research and teaching; also scholarships for those programs. Then, less funding would need to directly come from the federal government, and we could help reduce public debt/deficits.

    Most liberally minded indoctrination seems to come from soft sciences and liberal arts
    Conservatives don't believe in science. Those scientists are the big, bad liberals these days because what they've proven doesn't fit with the preconceived conservative timeline of the world.
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    Re: Ole Miss HFB coach resigns

    Quote Originally Posted by Bearpaw View Post
    Agreed, but that's the market these days... what was life like before big TV?
    Driving to a friend's house to watch Tech games on a descrambled satellite dish (late 80s and early 90s).

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    Re: Ole Miss HFB coach resigns

    Quote Originally Posted by theprofessor View Post
    Conservatives don't believe in science. Those scientists are the big, bad liberals these days because what they've proven doesn't fit with the preconceived conservative timeline of the world.
    How did the science theories work out for the newspaper industry? Conservatives believe in capitalism not free stuff.
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    Re: Ole Miss HFB coach resigns

    Quote Originally Posted by theprofessor View Post
    Conservatives don't believe in science. Those scientists are the big, bad liberals these days because what they've proven doesn't fit with the preconceived conservative timeline of the world.
    It honestly depends on who you talk to, like most things, conservatism includes a wide scope of beliefs. Many conservatives appreciate the hard, factual advances we've achieved through medicine and engineering. However, many conservatives don't give as much credence to the more theoretically applied timeline archaeologists, paleontologists, biologists, historians, and physicists employ to attempt to explain "existence". Such theories are really not necessary to function.

    I believe I'm 75-90% conservative and 25-10% liberal, in the US mainstream definition. I'm quite skeptical, as most scientists should be. And I know that we, as subjective beings, will never know the objective truth. At the end of the day, all knowledge is belief

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    Re: Ole Miss HFB coach resigns

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    Conservatives don't believe in science.
    Are you talking about real science or algore science?
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    Re: Ole Miss HFB coach resigns

    Quote Originally Posted by Cool Hand Clyde View Post
    Are you talking about real science or algore science?
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