Be sure you highlight the 90% for the SA and 10% for overhead/events. That seems to be a consistent question - How much to the SA for NIL vs to Spyre.Yes. We’re a few weeks from launching a new website and will be launching an ad campaign to drive awareness leading into football season.
We people just complain but do nothing to help when given the opportunity, you have to wonder.They didn’t want arch or the kid going to USC. Check your pulse if a 5* qb that everyone wanted didn’t get you excited. Unbelievable how content some people on here are with being miserable.
100% same for me...I am literally the only one that knows about it. When I have told others about it, they thought I was joking until I showed them the website and asked them where they thought Nico got his money from.I, like everyone else on this board, am super excited to have Nico.
The big issue to me, though, is that as important as we may think this board is, we are a very small segment of Vol fans. Out of the dozens of hardcore, lifelong fans that I know, I am the only one of them on Volnation. This board represents a VERY small fraction of the total number of Vol fans out there. We all know about Spyre and how impactful they could be but I think a lot of fans have no idea that they even exist.
I have talked to several friends, some of them being season ticket holders, and they had no clue what Spyre was or that they even existed. That is a major issue IMO!
Maybe I'm wrong but I took that as what the poster earlier meant about "not having a brand".
Which was what (the charm)? A massive moneymaker already, while also being "charming" because fans could be assured the players were broke in the meanwhile?
Like the SCOTUS opinions mentioned, those are really perverted reasons why someone would enjoy a sport.
What, precisely, is it that will make CFB lame in 10 years as compared to now? I'm truly interested. Unless there are major rule changes, I don't see how the mechanics of football and the enjoyment of said sport will change all that much. Or are we suggesting people hated cfb in the 90s more than in the 70s because it had become commercialized, players were paid every which way, million dollar coaches, and it had become professionalized? The growth of the sport would greatly disagree either way.