Originally Posted by Kaiser Toro
It's irrelevant only after you realized your attempt at a jab was making you look foolish. What is relevant is the topic at hand, the system is not broken - kids get college educations, which not everyone can afford, and the opportunity to compete at a high level; the schools are profitable; and there is no competing entity to take over.
Outside of hyperbole and the want to be right, the only value you have provided to this community, via this thread, is providing incremental ad impressions.
1. Why is the profitability the only thing that matters?
2. How many NCAA football programs are profitable?
3. Why can a coach whom has a signed contract with a school leave with no penalty?
4. Why can't a student transfer to any school they want without penalty?
5. You brought up the playoff issue in the first place as though it has anything to do with the issue presented. I pointed out they have changed the system that gave you some issue but it wasnt a jab
If a coach can recruit a kid to play football and then turn around and leave the system is broken if that kid is forced to stay and play football at a school he was recruited to by a coach who is no longer there. Ncaa football wouldnt profitable without the kids, the coaches wouldnt make the money they do without the kids and the kids should have the same ability to tranfer as anyone else in the program. You have added nothing to this thread other than trying to say college football's profits justify this absurd issue.