Mike Stuben Posted March 15, 2014 Group: Member Topic Count: 68 Content Count: 2,039 Reputation: 758 Days Won: 18 Joined: 04/08/2012 Share Posted March 15, 2014 Let me start by saying again, I love USF, and everything Bulls. I am not going anywhere and I am not dropping my donation or anything like that. Some days I think about how proud I am to be a donor to USF Athletics. I said hello to Mistral Raymond at a basketball game a couple weeks ago. He makes me proud to be a donor, because football, and my donation (and many other's donations) gave him an opportunity to attend college and earn a degree and a better life for his family. Make no mistake, he is smart enough to earn a degree without football, but football gave him a scholarship that opened up that door to him. He is just one of thousands of young men and women whose lives have been impacted by donors to USF Athletics. Then there are days like today, where I realize how insignificant my donation is compared to the millions of dollars USF Athletics pays people to not work there. Jim Leavitt got $2,000,000 to not coach for USF. Chris Cosh got $300,000 to not coach for USF. Skip Holtz got $2,500,000 to not coach for USF. Doug Wollard got about $600,000 to not administer intercollegiate athletics. and not today - Stan Heath will get $1,500,000 to not coach at USF. I want my donation to do something, but I can't help but think it goes to people who are getting paid to not do something. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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