Jaden Rashada joins powerhouse Arizona State; named starting QB as true freshman

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Wonder why this posted "deal" had him taking a pay cut from $375k a month his junior year to $194k his senior year?

It honestly sounds like people just keep throwing out $13 million and trying to make the numbers work.
 

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Wonder why this posted "deal" had him taking a pay cut from $375k a month his junior year to $194k his senior year?

It honestly sounds like people just keep throwing out $13 million and trying to make the numbers work.
less incentive to stay, thus not having to pay it? :dunno:
 

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Wonder why this posted "deal" had him taking a pay cut from $375k a month his junior year to $194k his senior year?

It honestly sounds like people just keep throwing out $13 million and trying to make the numbers work.
I don't buy the $13M. I don't buy $1.3M.

Maybe $0.13M - 130K spread out over 4 years = $32K a year.

$2,700 a month for spending money + free books +free tuition + free tutors + free meals + free housing + free Healthcare. Plus a degree from an elite university.

That's what I call

privileged.​


Or, as Dad would say, "thats living in high cotton".
 
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I don't buy the $13M. I don't buy $1.3M.

Maybe $0.13M - 130K spread out over 4 years = $32K a year.

$2,700 a month for spending money + free books +free tuition + free tutors + free meals + free housing + free Healthcare. Plus a degree from an elite university.

That's what I call priveledged.
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I don't buy the $13M. I don't buy $1.3M.

Maybe $0.13M - 130K spread out over 4 years = $32K a year.

$2,700 a month for spending money + free books +free tuition + free tutors + free meals + free housing + free Healthcare. Plus a degree from an elite university.

That's what I call priveledged.

Or, as Dad would say, "thats living in high cotton".
Whatever the fall out, if we offered the kid $7 million, we deserve it.
 

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There's an article floating around that says Napier confident in NIL strategy. But I still do not understand how, if Nape has a set strategy, the Rashada negotiation became so confusing and entangled. He may have a strategy, but did our NIL entity really offer him a multi million dollar deal?
 

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There's an article floating around that says Napier confident in NIL strategy. But I still do not understand how, if Nape has a set strategy, the Rashada negotiation became so confusing and entangled. He may have a strategy, but did our NIL entity really offer him a multi million dollar deal?

I think it’s because Darren Heitner negotiated both sides. To make the most money. Which raised flags on a conflict of interest. And the whole thing crashed.
 

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I think it’s because Darren Heitner negotiated both sides. To make the most money. Which raised flags on a conflict of interest. And the whole thing crashed.
And yet, and immortalized in his own tweets, he swore he had nothing to do with the "writing" of any agreement... Maybe "writing" is his clever schitbag lawyer play of words... "Well, I didn't WRITE anything like with a pen or something!"

Who was the foolio here who thought he'd have "UF's best interest" because he's an alum?
 

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I think it’s because Darren Heitner negotiated both sides. To make the most money. Which raised flags on a conflict of interest. And the whole thing crashed.
And yet, and immortalized in his own tweets, he swore he had nothing to do with the "writing" of any agreement... Maybe "writing" is his clever schitbag lawyer play of words... "Well, I didn't WRITE anything like with a pen or something!"

Who was the foolio here who thought he'd have "UF's best interest" because he's an alum?

Heitner can say what he wants, but he was neck deep in this. When it went south, he was backstroking like a MOFO. He is an attorney that was representing both parties and huge conflict of interest. Just the sheer fact that he crafted such an agreement, and if the numbers are correct, he has no clue and yet no business around any of our athletes alum or not. Very evident that UF was not a factor and him taking care of the program. More like he was concerned for himself and the $$$.
 

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So, do we yet know if Rashada was actually offered- a legally binding offer- of $7 million NIL?
Uh, no one cares anymore. The State is changing the rules so we can compete on equal footing with Georgia and Alabama. Anything Rashada is ancient history. Let's let it go! Please!
 

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Uh, no one cares anymore. The State is changing the rules so we can compete on equal footing with Georgia and Alabama. Anything Rashada is ancient history. Let's let it go! Please!
I think it would be good to know....so we know who to never let in the room again.....::cough:: Heitner ::cough::
 

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