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RE: Akron Athletics
(07-04-2019 11:05 AM)Proud pilot Wrote:  Exchanging emails with a friend who is an Akron alumnus. His response to my questioning the financial situation at Akron was to send me Akron and Kent State official listing of football staffing. He pointed out how Akron has 2 more full time paid non coaching positions than KSU.
Is the football program that underfunded compared to the rest of the MAC?
Looking at the staffs we have the same amount of assistant coaches, it’s the other staff where you can use the name/title that can be creative. NCAA mandates the number of coaches and trainers you have, otherwise schools like Bama would have 20 top notch assistants and not have to get creative with Graduate Assistant slots going to middle aged men.
(This post was last modified: 07-04-2019 01:22 PM by Polish Hammer.)
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