Pardon the smirks in Alabama.
A few months before the start of the college football season, an NCAA-commissioned study concluded that money, for the most part, couldn’t buy happiness on the athletic field or court. Schools were told they spent big at their own risk.
Most notably, the report found no connection between the millions of dollars poured into coaches’ salaries and on-the-field success.
Alabama’s rebuttal has been loud and convincing.