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    It was just a matter of time. Billy Napier sued over botched $14M NIL deal.

    "The QB and the receiver weren't on the same page there, but hey its only week eleven". (Jack Cristil)

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    Kahnen Daniels come on home.

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    The amount of money being offered to these kids is absolutely insane.

    $14 million? 1 million signing bonus? That is more money than late 1st round picks get in NFL.

    He was not even a top 80 player in his class. Holy 17, I am done with college football.

    No wonder we cannot get any talent to campus and honestly I am fine with that. 17 what college football has become.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MoreCowbell View Post
    The amount of money being offered to these kids is absolutely insane.

    $14 million? 1 million signing bonus? That is more money than late 1st round picks get in NFL.

    He was not even a top 80 QB in his class. Holy 17, I am done with college football.

    No wonder we cannot get any talent to campus and honestly I am fine with that. 17 what college football has become.
    He was a top QB in his class. You?re correct on everything else, though.

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    This venal kid was being played by many colleges.

    The Miami offer he had was fake too. The Miami booster that was helping Miami sign players, Mario Cristobal from Oregon, and the Canvinder skanks is under investigation because his Tech company was fake. "Lifewallet" has gone from $250 per share to $0.75 per share.

    But the Miami Booster belongs in the College Super fan Hall of Fame. He knew the company was fake and he knew his only future was prison. But he was hopping he could buy Miami players with investor money and possibly snag a basketball and football championship. Offering a kid $9M of someone else's money was no big deal, especially if he never expected to pay it all out.

    We need an MSU scammer to pump-up a fake company. Get the valuation to something ridiculous. Then spend all the money at the "ultra dog" collective. Buy a Football, Basketball, and Baseball championship for MSU. Then fake his death during a canoe trip in Venezuela. When Braden Montgomery and Carson Beck come for their NIL money. "Sorry boys, the Booster died in Venezuela and his company 'Psychotherapy for Dogs.com' has declared bankruptcy."

    Meanwhile, the Elitedawgs are celebrating a miracle year of championships. Someone has to make the personal sacrifice so that his fellow dogs can experience a sporting year like no other.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Federalist Engineer View Post
    This venal kid was being played by many colleges.

    The Miami offer he had was fake too. The Miami booster that was helping Miami sign players, Mario Cristobal from Oregon, and the Canvinder skanks is under investigation because his Tech company was fake. "Lifewallet" has gone from $250 per share to $0.75 per share.

    But the Miami Booster belongs in the College Super fan Hall of Fame. He knew the company was fake and he knew his only future was prison. But he was hopping he could buy Miami players with investor money and possibly snag a basketball and football championship. Offering a kid $9M of someone else's money was no big deal, especially if he never expected to pay it all out.

    We need an MSU scammer to pump-up a fake company. Get the valuation to something ridiculous. Then spend all the money at the "ultra dog" collective. Buy a Football, Basketball, and Baseball championship for MSU. Then fake his death during a canoe trip in Venezuela. When Braden Montgomery and Carson Beck come for their NIL money. "Sorry boys, the Booster died in Venezuela and his company 'Psychotherapy for Dogs.com' has declared bankruptcy."

    Meanwhile, the Elitedawgs are celebrating a miracle year of championships. Someone has to make the personal sacrifice so that his fellow dogs can experience a sporting year like no other.

    I would do it, but I don?t want to end up like John Mcafee. If you can guarantee me a retirement on a beach in the Dominican we can talk business. I?m young. I have to live well for my sacrifice. But I would prefer a Kayaking death as it?s more believable for my age group.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Federalist Engineer View Post
    This venal kid was being played by many colleges.

    The Miami offer he had was fake too. The Miami booster that was helping Miami sign players, Mario Cristobal from Oregon, and the Canvinder skanks is under investigation because his Tech company was fake. "Lifewallet" has gone from $250 per share to $0.75 per share.

    But the Miami Booster belongs in the College Super fan Hall of Fame. He knew the company was fake and he knew his only future was prison. But he was hopping he could buy Miami players with investor money and possibly snag a basketball and football championship. Offering a kid $9M of someone else's money was no big deal, especially if he never expected to pay it all out.

    We need an MSU scammer to pump-up a fake company. Get the valuation to something ridiculous. Then spend all the money at the "ultra dog" collective. Buy a Football, Basketball, and Baseball championship for MSU. Then fake his death during a canoe trip in Venezuela. When Braden Montgomery and Carson Beck come for their NIL money. "Sorry boys, the Booster died in Venezuela and his company 'Psychotherapy for Dogs.com' has declared bankruptcy."

    Meanwhile, the Elitedawgs are celebrating a miracle year of championships. Someone has to make the personal sacrifice so that his fellow dogs can experience a sporting year like no other.

    I?m your huckleberry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZedFedder View Post
    He was a top QB in his class. You?re correct on everything else, though.
    Yeah just saw that, meant top 80 overall. He was #81 player #7 QB 4 star.
    Last edited by MoreCowbell; 05-21-2024 at 07:58 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Federalist Engineer View Post
    This venal kid was being played by many colleges.

    The Miami offer he had was fake too. The Miami booster that was helping Miami sign players, Mario Cristobal from Oregon, and the Canvinder skanks is under investigation because his Tech company was fake. "Lifewallet" has gone from $250 per share to $0.75 per share.

    But the Miami Booster belongs in the College Super fan Hall of Fame. He knew the company was fake and he knew his only future was prison. But he was hopping he could buy Miami players with investor money and possibly snag a basketball and football championship. Offering a kid $9M of someone else's money was no big deal, especially if he never expected to pay it all out.

    We need an MSU scammer to pump-up a fake company. Get the valuation to something ridiculous. Then spend all the money at the "ultra dog" collective. Buy a Football, Basketball, and Baseball championship for MSU. Then fake his death during a canoe trip in Venezuela. When Braden Montgomery and Carson Beck come for their NIL money. "Sorry boys, the Booster died in Venezuela and his company 'Psychotherapy for Dogs.com' has declared bankruptcy."

    Meanwhile, the Elitedawgs are celebrating a miracle year of championships. Someone has to make the personal sacrifice so that his fellow dogs can experience a sporting year like no other.


    Great post man. They really need another Miami 30 for 30 soon, on this booster scam.
    Wasn't the booster the one pushing for Cristobal to get the job over others?

    Man, I have worked hard for many years and now in the top 1% bracket. I give some to the initiative but cannot pull myself to give tons to a bunch of 18-22 year olds just to play ball.

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