Summer Kent Stater: “Profitable losses: how the football schedule is designed to make money”

My fifth article for the Summer Kent Stater: “Profitable losses: how the football schedule is designed to make money”

The careful and strategic scheduling of nonconference football games is essential to any athletic department seeking to find the right balance between wins and paychecks.

This year’s schedule has the Flashes opening the season at Alabama and facing Kansas State two weeks later; an agenda that will make Kent State football $600,000 more than last year. continue reading

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