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Quick Post: The CSU Double Standard

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    CSU just fired their AD. Whatever, I could care less about the internal machinations of a 4th rate athletic department. Would you bat an eye if Louisiana Tech changed leadership? Nope, you wouldn't, and, yes, I equate CSU with LaTech.

    I don't even want to know the new guy's name. There's far too much information to process on a give day to waste brain matter on the name of CSU's new AD. What I do care about, however, is the lack of outrage at the state level for the money wasted by little brother on firing an athletic director they, only a year ago, gave a 5-year extension to. If CU tried to pull the same stunt, there would be speeches, gesticulations and legislation coming from Capitol Hill in Denver before the press conference was over.

    When CU wanted favorable financing legislation passed a few years ago, it could've been held up had we fired Dan Hawkins 'cause he had 2 years remaining on his contract. The Buffs were stuck with a lame-duck year of failing coaching because, partially, some junior legislator got their man-panties in a bunch over how much a football coach was going to get paid to do nothing.

    Where's the same consternation over the Lambs blowing money on an executive who will no longer be execut-izing? I won't exactly hold my breath. CU bears the brunt of the war between the people who understand sports role in higher education, and those who are confused how 50,000 paying ticket holders and donors would help a university that is consistently underfunded by a state that pretends to care about higher education. CSU gets a pass, and the state will happily allow them to blow tax-payer dollars because they aren't attached to the stigma of being Boulder Libruls.

    I guess it's part of the burden of being the state's educational standard bearer, but, from time to time, I wish the hypocrites on the hill would hold CSU to the same standard. The state of Alabama has the right idea, I should be allowed the option of not spending my tax dollars on that waste of a university and their pathetic excuse for an athletic department.[​IMG]
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    CSU just fired their AD. Whatever, I could care less about the internal machinations of a 4th rate athletic department. Would you bat an eye if Louisiana Tech changed leadership? Nope, you wouldn't, and, yes, I equate CSU with LaTech.

    I don't even want to know the new guy's name. There's far too much information to process on a give day to waste brain matter on the name of CSU's new AD. What I do care about, however, is the lack of outrage at the state level for the money wasted by little brother on firing an athletic director they, only a year ago, gave a 5-year extension to. If CU tried to pull the same stunt, there would be speeches, gesticulations and legislation coming from Capitol Hill in Denver before the press conference was over.

    When CU wanted favorable financing legislation passed a few years ago, it could've been held up had we fired Dan Hawkins 'cause he had 2 years remaining on his contract. The Buffs were stuck with a lame-duck year of failing coaching because, partially, some junior legislator got their man-panties in a bunch over how much a football coach was going to get paid to do nothing.

    Where's the same consternation over the Lambs blowing money on an executive who will no longer be execut-izing? I won't exactly hold my breath. CU bears the brunt of the war between the people who understand sports role in higher education, and those who are confused how 50,000 paying ticket holders and donors would help a university that is consistently underfunded by a state that pretends to care about higher education. CSU gets a pass, and the state will happily allow them to blow tax-payer dollars because they aren't attached to the stigma of being Boulder Libruls.

    I guess it's part of the burden of being the state's educational standard bearer, but, from time to time, I wish the hypocrites on the hill would hold CSU to the same standard. The state of Alabama has the right idea, I should be allowed the option of not spending my tax dollars on that waste of a university and their pathetic excuse for an athletic department.[​IMG]
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