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As it becomes pretty clear that CCS and the gang look to be staying have we reached the acceptance stage yet?

Anyone hanging onto denial and anger?

Not sure we have much bargaining.

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I know I am not in the acceptance phase.

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When you recognize that the buyout is for actual money and not the jam of the month club we were led to believe and that we are now in the AAC which means we have none of that money stuff, you are left with little choice but to accept that which we cannot control. 

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3 minutes ago, puc86 said:

you are left with little choice but to accept that which we cannot control. 

This is really true for everyone, all the time.  

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3 minutes ago, GaUSFBull said:

This is really true for everyone, all the time.  

No one likes accepting things are beyond their control.

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I'm still in the ANGER stage. Definitely in the ANGER stage. 😤

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8 minutes ago, puc86 said:

When you recognize that the buyout is for actual money and not the jam of the month club we were led to believe and that we are now in the AAC which means we have none of that money stuff, you are left with little choice but to accept that which we cannot control. 

Ya. The dashed cheap buyout hope really hurt but once the reports came out it was likely an expensive buy out pretty much sealed it. You know USF will choose to pay him to coach poorly even if it is the wrong long term choice rather than pay him not to coach even if that would be the better long term outcome.

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I think it would be best to assume that the buyout for the rest CCS contract is the rest of his contract, or $7.8 million. 

$2.5 million for 2019 

$2.6 million for 2020

$2.7 million for 2021

After we go 4-8 the next two seasons. We will then fire CCS after the 2020 season and will say the wording of the Buyout is vague and offer to settle the buyout for just over $1 million.  

I think that spells out what we are actually looking at. 

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1 minute ago, George_Bullnard_Shaw said:

Ya. The dashed cheap buyout hope really hurt but once the reports came out it was likely an expensive buy out pretty much sealed it. You know USF will choose to pay him to coach poorly even if it is the wrong long term choice rather than pay him not to coach even if that would be the better long term outcome.

Yep. Since it was one of the strongest arguments for earlier than typical action it makes you wonder why someone with knowledge didn’t come forward with it before it grew into a frenzy. It’s kind of hard to put the genie back into the bottle.

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4 minutes ago, usf97 said:

I think it would be best to assume that the buyout for the rest CCS contract is the rest of his contract, or $7.8 million. 

$2.5 million for 2019 

$2.6 million for 2020

$2.7 million for 2021

After we go 4-8 the next two seasons. We will then fire CCS after the 2020 season and will say the wording of the Buyout is vague and offer to settle the buyout for just over $1 million.  

I think that spells out what we are actually looking at. 

Maybe we were hardline negotiators and it’s only for 80% of the remaining salary, I’m just kidding you know we are on the hook for the full thing. 

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