I have no idea why no one else can make such a table as these 2 tables, but I need it myself to understand it myself, so I created these tables for you and for me just now. I also had to find the document which no one seems to want to show to you, either.
I’d say I am well ahead of the game here in this analysis therefore.
I know how to use Internet tools, and I know how to properly present it.
I also am smart enough to understand all this.
As you can see of the 65 Power 5 Conference teams who voted to pay Cost of Attendance to student-athletes on Full Scholarship (pro-rated if student-athlete is on partial scholarship like baseball.), The University of Georgia is # 11 which means there are 54 Power 5 Conference teams whose costs of the education are higher.
The University of Georgia has always touted this as an ADVANTAGE that our cost of the education here is LOWER than really nearly everyone, as you can see.
Now, let’s look at just the stipend amount paid out over 9 months. If student-athlete stays over for Summer School too like I did, the student-athlete would get this amount divided by 9 each month for 9 months and then get this amount per month an ADDITIONAL 3 MORE months, so the stipend is actually the number below divided by 9 paid monthly for 12 months in this case of the student-athlete being there all 12 months.
Now, UGA is # 25, which means there are 40 schools (mostly SEC and Big XII teams) who PAY MORE to the student-athlete. I dare say MY TABLES I just created in the last 15 minutes myself here will be used as URL Link to EVERYONE so that EVERYONE has a LEVEL PLAYING FIELD and knows exactly, explained in full detail what they get when they arrive on Campus starting Fall this coming year 2016.
I would say too that the obvious LIARS at the top of this 2nd chart I just created for you, which I used online tools to SORT based on amount in column 2, saying that their cost of a cellphone and their cost of transportation there at their school – such as Georgie tek yellowjackets – WILL be FORCED to fix their LIES and MISREPRESENTATIONS about how they calculated such lies as this.
I have maintained to the student-athletes that the value of their education at The University of Georgia is around $ 5 million to them, based upon my own personal calculations. Then, again, I was honored as Top 5 % of my Graduating Class at the Foy Fine Arts Building based upon my grades. I applied myself AND competed in sports as a walk-on. My Dad paid for my education and I worked part-time in addition for The University of Georgia on campus. I also had another part-time job off-campus. I overloaded every quarter taking 239 hours taking always over 20 hours per which took Dean Fluellen’s personal signature at the beginning reluctantly and later no issues with him obviously.
What you do with your life, I really don’t care.
But, I would like to make these liars explain how in the blazes it costs less in the slums of a city in downtown Atlanta with a population of 7 million than it does cost the same student-athlete 58 miles away on the most beautiful campus in the World ? How does transportation or the cost of a cellphone cost $878 less for the liars ?
Answer, it does NOT.
But, they are costing their student-athletes $ 878 which is $ 97.56 a month for either 9 months or for 12 months because of their institution’s bold-faces LIES !
Expect there to be class action lawsuits as a direct result of my 2 easily understood tables herein by the student-athletes at these schools at the top of this 2nd list of mine this morning to make these schools explain how transportation or cost of cell phone is $ 97.56 month less downtown than 58 miles North ?
Come to The University of Georgia where we lie less.
When you go to ANY school, our Federal Government REQUIRES that each institution provide the “true cost of attendance” above and beyond the cost of matriculation fees, tuition, books, room and board. Asian men downtown the slums might want to come get their Engineering Degree 58 miles North once “true cost of attendance” is properly provided to them.
Everyone estimates it differently, as you can see. Even just 58 miles apart.
Who do I think wins this battle ?
Every person who enrolls who has been LIED to by those of the 2nd list which is the list of the “STIPEND AMOUNT” the scholarship student-athlete receives divided by 9 per month in attendance.
The NCAA is STILL insisting that the student-athlete is NOT BEING PAID for his services.
The IRS rules govern how much INCOME you have received, upon which you pay your taxes.
A football player on scholarship to the Georgia Institute of Technology this coming Fall will be provided a stipend check of $191.11 per month for 9 months unless he is in Summer School too – which case he gets $191.11 those 3 Summer months too – for a grand total of $2,293.32.
A football player on scholarship to the University of Tennessee at Knoxville (vols) this coming Fall will be provided a stipend check of $629.56 per month for 9 months ($5,666.00) unless he is in Summer School too – which case he gets $629.56 those 3 Summer months too – for a grand total of $7,554.72.
$5,261.40 MORE paid to vols’ player than yellowjackets for full year
$ 438.45 per month MORE paid to vols’ player than yellowjackets
Everyone is going to change their Cost of Attendance. Trust me ! They HAVE TO !
Anyone who thinks that this is NOT going to change is out of their minds, because the vols are paying their players $5,261.40 MORE than the yellowjackets are.
In the Fall, finally someone will sit down and figure this all out, as I have just done for them and say, hello vols ?
Are you there vols ?
Got an opening ?
The student-athletes are given 6 years to graduate. They have 5 years with redshirt and 6 if they have a medical redshirt too – such as Keith Marshall does for 2016 season up-coming.
Let me see now, Keith Marshall says I can either take 6 years at $31,568.40 MORE to play for the vols – or, I can take $31,568.40 LESS to play for Georgie tek yellowjackets and have them take their team to Knoxville to get my knee injured up there as a member of the Georgie tek yellowjackets playing against the vols up there in Knoxville and nearly ruin my entire career.
$31,568.40 more vols with yellowjackets visiting to Knoxville ?
$31,568.40 less yellowjackets at the vols in Knoxville ?
Let me think now ? Hmm ?
Choose your option please recruit Keith Marshall sir, knowing now that which you do now know sir ?
This is a rhetorical question you’re asking right ?
You are talking to college kids here.
$31,568.40 LESS for me to go there to Knoxville where my knee was injured in the game there in Knoxville as a yellowjacket.
Uh, I will take door # 1.
There is something here you can discuss to make up this difference to me ?
Merry Christmas !