Unfortunately, competitiveness and wins aren’t part of the decision. All about $$$. None of the sooner brass care enough, and the fans will claim the payout is worth it, even though they don’t get any of the payout
If my math is right, $1B per year on average divided by 16 schools comes out to $62.5M per school per year on average. Not very close to the $100M/yr number I saw thrown around. Still lots of money, and I know this doesn’t include some other revenue from bowl games and NCAA tournament
I didn’t mention deflation, just that inflation is not needed. Sounds like you are not a fan of Austrian economics. Not looking to argue, just sharing another perspective for those reading who might want to look at an alternative viewpoint
That doesn’t sound to me like “teachers can be sued for discussing sexual orientation even if the child is the one who asks about it (i.e. why does my classmate have two moms?) or if someone decides whatever they're discussing is inappropriate for their child regardless of the child's age.”
Here is a quote I’ve read in several articles, are you suggesting this is not true?
“The bill does not ban the word "gay" in school settings, and it does not ban casual discussions of topics relating to sexual orientation and gender identity in the classroom.”