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Old-Time College Football Booster, Tennessee Alum Roy Adams, Gets Wistful About Paying Players

Monday, October 14, 2013

Roy Adams, an infamous booster in SEC country, thinks the game has changed of late and that the players and boosters don't have the same relationship. He thinks the players want too much money. Don't get Adams wrong, he'd probably still give it to them and brag about it, but it's just not as quaint as it used to be. (Deadspin)

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