If you haven't heard Saban is accepting the Alabama job.
The terms of the contract are $40 million (or more) for 10 years. He will be the highest paid coach, making NFL coaching money.
Is this a slippery slope leading college ADs and football programs to pay exchessive contracts to HCs?
Will this squeeze out mid-majors?
Is this the first step to the mega-conferences?
In 10 years will there be a place for Baylor, Vanderbilt, Rutgers, Northwestern etc?
Should players be upset about not getting a cut of the enourmous cash pot?
IMO -- and this is just a gut reaction, but I do not think this is good for college football, programs, players and even fans (thinking about ticket prices makes me light headed)