Flowers4Heisman Posted March 21, 2014 Group: Member Topic Count: 571 Content Count: 2,816 Reputation: 684 Days Won: 15 Joined: 12/08/2012 Share Posted March 21, 2014 I know football is the engine. But I'm wondering if men's bball could be profitable for us? I've never thought about it as a money machine because, heck, we've averaged about 4K of fans for years. Here's where I'm going with this. What if bball could be profitable? This means USF could actually afford to bring in somebody who could literally shake things up --WIN. If it's about the Benjamins, maybe that's why USF heads gave Stan the boot? I'm grasping at straws with the hope that we will actually get a coach who will have a winning program at USF. Would USF go with 1.5 million to 2 million per year for a coach + assistant money to build a winning program? (1) They fired Stan knowing that they'd have to pay him. (2) They hired a firm. That didn't happen the last time. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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