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: September 10, 2013, 07:49:10 AM

http://www.latimes.com/sports/la-sp-newswire-20130910,0,1929073.story?track=rss#axzz2eULNV8fu


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#1 : September 10, 2013, 11:22:47 AM

Didn't the Bucs look at him for the HC positition

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#2 : September 10, 2013, 11:34:03 AM

 Part 1 (The Money) in the series was published this morning.

Special Report on Oklahoma State Football

But this envelope was fatter, and it was packed with bills. "I saw that one," says Girtman, who played in Stillwater from 2003 to '04. "I was like, Holy s---." To that point, Girtman says, the most he had received for his performance was $500, from a member of the football staff. "I was getting paid on the low end," Girtman says. "Some of those guys got monster payments."
Bonuses were delivered in a variety of ways, multiple players told SI. Sometimes players got extra money in their per diem envelopes, which were usually distributed by low-level football staff members. On other occasions an envelope with money was waiting for them in their locker the day after a game. Wright says that if a player found a new pair of socks in his locker postgame, there was a good chance some cash was inside one of them. "It was crazy," he says of the payouts to some of the most prominent players. "They were getting money like out of control. It was as clear as day."


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