Friday, 23 October 2009

Marcus Jordan's shoes could cost college millions
There is an important principle here: it is not how well the kid can play, it is how well can he advertise. 
Remember: absolutely everyone involved in the UCF basketball program is getting paid for their efforts, except the athletes.  If we let some prima donna player get between the school and its money, it would defeat the purpose of having college sports in the first place.

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