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  1. Found this...Boise does the same. 10K for beating BYU, 15K for a win AT BYU. They also give 25K bonuses for wins over P5 teams. https://mwwire.com/2018/10/19/boise-state-rewards-bryan-harsin-with-a-new-contract/ Not related to us in any way, but just read that Cristobal at Oregon got 250K for every win beyond the 7th win of the season, regardless of who it was against. That's quite an incentive, but kind of a low bar for a team that's been to a National Championship not that long ago... https://247sports.com/college/iowa/LongFormArticle/College-football-coach-bonus-earned-2019-season-Ed-Orgeron-Dabo-Swinney-Ohio-State-142574694/#142574694_1
  2. I like the 10K incentive to beat UCF. Wonder if this is common in College Football for coaches to get incentive bonuses for beating rival teams in the regular season?
  3. I'll take your word for it the CWT was active in the community (I really didn't pay attention), and he put a very entertaining product on the field. I don't remember it having a huge impact on attendance. Will be interesting to see if CJS can move the needle in that regard
  4. Probably a good idea. The guy who beat him was a Basketball player for the University of Miami...
  5. Not sure, the person controlling the camera was focused on the fight about 10% of the time. Here's a far better version....
  6. Don't know if this has been mentioned on another thread, but here's the latest Mike Ford fight...
  7. I would understand them leaving as well. Seems most coaches that have any success here....minus Navy's coach....are gone in 3-4 years. I have no idea what our odds are of landing in the P5 when the Big12 renegotiates, or if Scott would be willing to stick around to see what happens.
  8. If he winds up being successful here, it will be interesting to see if him & Kelly are still around when the Big 12 TV deal is up in 2025.
  9. Literal-minded dullard. That's not an insult you hear every day, but a very good one.
  10. This is true. Very rare that Heavyweights suffer brain injuries in fights. I believe they linked fighters having to dehydrate to make weight (which of course Heavyweights don't have to worry about) to head injuries. Magomed Abdusalamov & Greg Page are the only two instances I can think of where a Heavyweight suffered a serious head injury in a fight.
  11. I wish him well, but your assessment of him as a boxer is pretty spot on in my opinion. In Ford's fight prior to the 3-31 guy, he was TKO'd by a 17-42 fighter. There's no way he's going anywhere with this late of a start in the sport. Hopefully he has fun with it, makes enough money to make it worthwhile, and he doesn't get hurt. https://boxrec.com/en/proboxer/794616
  12. My apologies if someone already posted this, but Mike Ford is fighting on January 17th. His opponent is 5-0 5KOs. https://boxrec.com/en/proboxer/794616
  13. Rusty Smith. Was actually drafted in the sixth round by the Tennessee Titans
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