That means we struck out with both of them. The coaches and recruiting coordinators know well before they actually commit if there coming or not.I saw Iowa just offered a new big man, I take that as a bad sign. https://247sports.com/Recruitment/Drew-Fielder-150465/RecruitInterests/
For sure. You either keep up with the Joneses or get left behind. That's what's up with all the TV contracts & conference realignment too. I was worried that Iowa would be slow to assimilate to the new world of NIL and how that's affecting things and I guess we can all just see for ourselves with the results....Anybody who does not conclude that promises of big $$ from NIL is not directly specified by recruiters, exists in a different universe. NIL is not evil; athletes need to be rewarded; people are evil; they need to be exposed and held accountable.
On this site, those who question NIL are accused of attacking players’ opportunities. Others claim those who question NIL are held in contempt and insulted as living in the past. Then some attack Iowa for failure to implement a “competitive” NIL.
Guess we are to join the liars and cheaters. No. We need to start over with a reasonable plan to help athletes. If not, we become complicit at best.