Money underdogs in the Dance
March, 18, 2008
The term "mid-major" does little to describe the low finances of teams outside the big-time leagues. Smaller colleges with smaller budgets have it harder when trying to maintain winning legacies -- highly successful coaches are routinely lured away by power-conference paychecks, and available cash determines a program's recruiting scope. In college basketball, the big winners are nearly always the ones with the big wallets.
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