Al Golden is Mad As Hell at the NCAA And He's Not Going to Take It Anymore
Following a mediocre signing days for the 'Canes, University of Miami Hurricanes Coach Al Golden decided to tell the NCAA how he really feels.
"How can anybody say it hasn't impacted every one of us in the organization or our families, the coaches' families, the strength coaches or the trainers or the players? I don't think you can measure," Golden saidaccording to the AP
. "This, the life span of a college coach or a college student-athlete is so small, to have bowls taken away from you or practice opportunities reduced or championship games basically deleted, that is a huge penalty. I don't know how you measure that."
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