College football has become a nasty business
The latter adds calories, the former makes more money for the hungry athletic departments. It seems unfair, and any normal-thinking college football fan would agree.
From all reports, the additional game came against the coaches' wishes and represents another case of greed. However, it deserves to be pointed out that today's football coaches live like kings. The only difference is that they don't have six wives. Oh well, you can't have everything.
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