EDSBS actually linked to this story first and actually quoted the same quote, so hat tip to them: http://www.everydayshouldbesaturday....
To sum us this story, http://www.thestate.com/426/story/94... there is a company, burnLounge, that is actually a pyramid scheme that many a college football player and coach has become involved in.
What caught Orson's eye was this quote from Spurrier Jr. quoting Stoops:
"When Bob Stoops got me, he said, ‘I’ve spoken to a lawyer about this. I’ve spoken to my agent. I’ve spoken to some people to find out if this is a legitimate thing. And everything they told me, this is a legitimate (business). Put your name on it and go do it,’" said Spurrier Jr., a member of Stoops’ Sooners staff from 1999 to 2001
Orson's take on this is that Stoops is just an idiot who thought this was a good business venture, but I beg to differ.
We all know that Stoops is an evil genius, and this is just more proof. He knew it was a pyramid scheme all along, and was just abusing his position of influence over an old employee to rope in more people below him and bring in the cash.
Just another example of Stoops flat out lying and cheating to get what he wants.