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Reply #25 on: September 18, 2017, 04:31:26 pm
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Reply #26 on: September 18, 2017, 05:54:32 pm

Can we make this a gofundme? Or one of those online petitions or something? Make the limit 49000 signatures. If we marketed it well, everybody hates her. It would get there. Especially if you could get students (and those fees) on our side. That would be at least the 8000 signatures of the ones that have been to a football game. You could publicize it at a tailgate.
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Reply #27 on: September 18, 2017, 10:35:32 pm
She doesn't have to escorted out of the building by security guards with an intern carrying her personal items from her office in a cardboard box wrapped with duck tape.  She can be promoted to Assistant Chancellor Responsible for Fundraising for Athletic Venues No One Gives a Rat's Derriere About. She can keep her current salary until she turns 65.

When Terry Holland was pushed out as the AD at Virginia, he was given a similar "promotion" to a job whose title was just about as humorous. It had something to do with raising money to enlarge Scott Stadium, but sounded very academic.

PS. Where is Jeff Mullins? He could be the interim AD until Mr./Ms. Right is found. He's done the job before.
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Reply #28 on: September 18, 2017, 10:47:53 pm
She doesn't have to escorted out of the building by security guards with an intern carrying her personal items from her office in a cardboard box wrapped with duck tape.  She can be promoted to Assistant Chancellor Responsible for Fundraising for Athletic Venues No One Gives a Rat's Derriere About. She can keep her current salary until she turns 65.

When Terry Holland was pushed out as the AD at Virginia, he was given a similar "promotion" to a job whose title was just about as humorous. It had something to do with raising money to enlarge Scott Stadium, but sounded very academic.

PS. Where is Jeff Mullins? He could be the interim AD until Mr./Ms. Right is found. He's done the job before.

Great post.  Great ideas. 

Thanks Judy.

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Reply #29 on: September 19, 2017, 07:38:42 am
She doesn't have to escorted out of the building by security guards with an intern carrying her personal items from her office in a cardboard box wrapped with duck tape.  She can be promoted to Assistant Chancellor Responsible for Fundraising for Athletic Venues No One Gives a Rat's Derriere About. She can keep her current salary until she turns 65.

When Terry Holland was pushed out as the AD at Virginia, he was given a similar "promotion" to a job whose title was just about as humorous. It had something to do with raising money to enlarge Scott Stadium, but sounded very academic.

PS. Where is Jeff Mullins? He could be the interim AD until Mr./Ms. Right is found. He's done the job before.

Jeff is 75 and living the good life in Florida.  He tackled our mess once, I am sure he would tell you to get off his lawn if you asked him to come back.

Judy is already 66 I believe, so retirement is coming.  By nature she is a planner, so I am sure she already knows when it will be.  Heck, I am eight years away and I have picked the day.  My guess--and that is all it is--is after the Exponential Campaign successfully wraps up, so I suggest you write a check to make sure we hit our number.
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Reply #30 on: September 19, 2017, 09:33:06 am
She doesn't have to escorted out of the building by security guards with an intern carrying her personal items from her office in a cardboard box wrapped with duck tape.  She can be promoted to Assistant Chancellor Responsible for Fundraising for Athletic Venues No One Gives a Rat's Derriere About. She can keep her current salary until she turns 65.

When Terry Holland was pushed out as the AD at Virginia, he was given a similar "promotion" to a job whose title was just about as humorous. It had something to do with raising money to enlarge Scott Stadium, but sounded very academic.

PS. Where is Jeff Mullins? He could be the interim AD until Mr./Ms. Right is found. He's done the job before.

Jeff is 75 and living the good life in Florida.  He tackled our mess once, I am sure he would tell you to get off his lawn if you asked him to come back.

Judy is already 66 I believe, so retirement is coming.  By nature she is a planner, so I am sure she already knows when it will be.  Heck, I am eight years away and I have picked the day.  My guess--and that is all it is--is after the Exponential Campaign successfully wraps up, so I suggest you write a check to make sure we hit our number.
Judy is 66? For some reason I thought she was 60. Hopefully retirement is coming soon, you would think that she wants to go retire and not do anything for awhile...although that would imply that she has actually been doing stuff for the last 20+ years.
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Reply #31 on: September 19, 2017, 09:36:07 am
She doesn't have to escorted out of the building by security guards with an intern carrying her personal items from her office in a cardboard box wrapped with duck tape.  She can be promoted to Assistant Chancellor Responsible for Fundraising for Athletic Venues No One Gives a Rat's Derriere About. She can keep her current salary until she turns 65.

When Terry Holland was pushed out as the AD at Virginia, he was given a similar "promotion" to a job whose title was just about as humorous. It had something to do with raising money to enlarge Scott Stadium, but sounded very academic.

PS. Where is Jeff Mullins? He could be the interim AD until Mr./Ms. Right is found. He's done the job before.

Jeff is 75 and living the good life in Florida.  He tackled our mess once, I am sure he would tell you to get off his lawn if you asked him to come back.

Judy is already 66 I believe, so retirement is coming.  By nature she is a planner, so I am sure she already knows when it will be.  Heck, I am eight years away and I have picked the day.  My guess--and that is all it is--is after the Exponential Campaign successfully wraps up, so I suggest you write a check to make sure we hit our number.
Judy is 66? For some reason I thought she was 60. Hopefully retirement is coming soon, you would think that she wants to go retire and not do anything for awhile...although that would imply that she has actually been doing stuff for the last 20+ years.

She did spend 20 years trying to get football.
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Reply #32 on: September 19, 2017, 09:40:11 am
She doesn't have to escorted out of the building by security guards with an intern carrying her personal items from her office in a cardboard box wrapped with duck tape.  She can be promoted to Assistant Chancellor Responsible for Fundraising for Athletic Venues No One Gives a Rat's Derriere About. She can keep her current salary until she turns 65.

When Terry Holland was pushed out as the AD at Virginia, he was given a similar "promotion" to a job whose title was just about as humorous. It had something to do with raising money to enlarge Scott Stadium, but sounded very academic.

PS. Where is Jeff Mullins? He could be the interim AD until Mr./Ms. Right is found. He's done the job before.

Jeff is 75 and living the good life in Florida.  He tackled our mess once, I am sure he would tell you to get off his lawn if you asked him to come back.

Judy is already 66 I believe, so retirement is coming.  By nature she is a planner, so I am sure she already knows when it will be.  Heck, I am eight years away and I have picked the day.  My guess--and that is all it is--is after the Exponential Campaign successfully wraps up, so I suggest you write a check to make sure we hit our number.
Judy is 66? For some reason I thought she was 60. Hopefully retirement is coming soon, you would think that she wants to go retire and not do anything for awhile...although that would imply that she has actually been doing stuff for the last 20+ years.

She did spend 20 years trying to get football.
You know you're right...it was all her. Fighting like hell against Woodward and then Dubois to finally get it. What a fighter we have as an AD  :rolleyes:
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Reply #33 on: September 19, 2017, 09:48:02 am
She doesn't have to escorted out of the building by security guards with an intern carrying her personal items from her office in a cardboard box wrapped with duck tape.  She can be promoted to Assistant Chancellor Responsible for Fundraising for Athletic Venues No One Gives a Rat's Derriere About. She can keep her current salary until she turns 65.

When Terry Holland was pushed out as the AD at Virginia, he was given a similar "promotion" to a job whose title was just about as humorous. It had something to do with raising money to enlarge Scott Stadium, but sounded very academic.

PS. Where is Jeff Mullins? He could be the interim AD until Mr./Ms. Right is found. He's done the job before.

Jeff is 75 and living the good life in Florida.  He tackled our mess once, I am sure he would tell you to get off his lawn if you asked him to come back.

Judy is already 66 I believe, so retirement is coming.  By nature she is a planner, so I am sure she already knows when it will be.  Heck, I am eight years away and I have picked the day.  My guess--and that is all it is--is after the Exponential Campaign successfully wraps up, so I suggest you write a check to make sure we hit our number.
Judy is 66? For some reason I thought she was 60. Hopefully retirement is coming soon, you would think that she wants to go retire and not do anything for awhile...although that would imply that she has actually been doing stuff for the last 20+ years.

She did spend 20 years trying to get football.

It was women's football.


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Reply #34 on: September 19, 2017, 09:51:56 am
Can we make this a gofundme? Or one of those online petitions or something? Make the limit 49000 signatures. If we marketed it well, everybody hates her. It would get there. Especially if you could get students (and those fees) on our side. That would be at least the 8000 signatures of the ones that have been to a football game. You could publicize it at a tailgate.

I've been mulling the legality of a trust fund that is held until a new AD is hired.

i.e. folks donate to it in lieu of the 49er Club, the amount being held is made public, so the BoT can see all the donations that the Ath. Dept. is missing out on.

If I made enough money to seed it and cover the lawyers required to make it happen, I'd have set it up already.
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Reply #35 on: September 19, 2017, 09:52:49 am
Can we make this a gofundme? Or one of those online petitions or something? Make the limit 49000 signatures. If we marketed it well, everybody hates her. It would get there. Especially if you could get students (and those fees) on our side. That would be at least the 8000 signatures of the ones that have been to a football game. You could publicize it at a tailgate.

I've been mulling the legality of a trust fund that is held until a new AD is hired.

i.e. folks donate to it in lieu of the 49er Club, the amount being held is made public, so the BoT can see all the donations that the Ath. Dept. is missing out on.

If I made enough money to seed it and cover the lawyers required to make it happen, I'd have set it up already.


I can probably contribute legal expertise.


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Reply #36 on: September 19, 2017, 12:45:37 pm
Can we make this a gofundme? Or one of those online petitions or something? Make the limit 49000 signatures. If we marketed it well, everybody hates her. It would get there. Especially if you could get students (and those fees) on our side. That would be at least the 8000 signatures of the ones that have been to a football game. You could publicize it at a tailgate.

I've been mulling the legality of a trust fund that is held until a new AD is hired.

i.e. folks donate to it in lieu of the 49er Club, the amount being held is made public, so the BoT can see all the donations that the Ath. Dept. is missing out on.

If I made enough money to seed it and cover the lawyers required to make it happen, I'd have set it up already.


I can probably contribute legal expertise.

Doubtful  :P

In all seriousness, the biggest obstacle I would think would be the tax free nature of donations to the AD. Setting up a trust is relatively simple. I don't see how if you are donating to the trust, which is not a non-profit entity with 503(c) status that you could make the donations to it tax deductible, even if the ultimate goal is that they end up with the athletic foundation. Some might not care, but if you are soliciting $500+ dollar donations, that makes a real difference, and while I'm not an expert on it, I am registered with the IRS as a tax professional, and I don't see a way around it.

I like the idea though. This is not the first time something similar has been discussed though.


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Reply #37 on: September 19, 2017, 12:56:06 pm
Just give me your money and I will make 20% returns.


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Reply #38 on: September 23, 2017, 06:44:37 pm
Currently writing my email to the BoT... Never thought it'd get to this.

Hope they will at least give a damn about our future as fans and an athletic program


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Reply #39 on: September 23, 2017, 10:32:21 pm
Honestly I think Judy wants to win as much as any of us do, she just doesn't know how to get from point A to B to do so. She FUBARed Lutz/Major and maybe Price and whatever the dumpster fire that our football program has become after 4 games, but like any competitor (she was a women's basketball coach at some point in the way-back) she can't admit defeat, even when it's smacking her in the face. If she retires tomorrow she's the AD that got us football (general public perception even if not very accurate) and she has her name on the building. If she drags this out she leaves as someone who tried hard but was in way over her head (example: see Lambert). We need someone who has RAN an FBS football program to be our next AD. Not Judy with zero experience and not someone who "inherits" the job from her internally. We need PROFESSIONALS. Time for Judy to call it a day and enjoy her money and her laurels. Even if I lucked into being the CEO of a Fortune 500 company I'd know I could never run it well. I'd cash a few megachecks checks and call it a day before I did too much damage. At this point Judy (and Phil) are damaging the hell out of our revenue sports.
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Reply #40 on: September 23, 2017, 10:41:42 pm
Honestly I think Judy wants to win as much as any of us do, she just doesn't know how to get from point A to B to do so. She FUBARed Lutz/Major and maybe Price and whatever the dumpster fire that our football program has become after 4 games, but like any competitor (she was a women's basketball coach at some point in the way-back) she can't admit defeat, even when it's smacking her in the face. If she retires tomorrow she's the AD that got us football (general public perception even if not very accurate) and she has her name on the building. If she drags this out she leaves as someone who tried hard but was in way over her head (example: see Lambert). We need someone who has RAN an FBS football program to be our next AD. Not Judy with zero experience and not someone who "inherits" the job from her internally. We need PROFESSIONALS. Time for Judy to call it a day and enjoy her money and her laurels. Even if I lucked into being the CEO of a Fortune 500 company I'd know I could never run it well. I'd cash a few megachecks checks and call it a day before I did too much damage. At this point Judy (and Phil) are damaging the hell out of our revenue sports.

You hit the nail on the head. Her replacement has to come from outside. And be given the freedom to shape the remaining staff up or ship them out.


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Reply #41 on: September 23, 2017, 10:54:22 pm
Judy does not value winning. It is not a priority, if she says so, it is lip service. She pushing the student experience and equality. She does not push what should be the flagship programs in our AD.


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Reply #42 on: September 25, 2017, 11:03:24 am


That felt good. I don't care if I was shouting into an empty room.
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Reply #43 on: September 25, 2017, 11:06:28 am
Judy does not value winning. It is not a priority, if she says so, it is lip service. She pushing the student experience and equality. She does not push what should be the flagship programs in our AD.
that's all fine and good when you aren't funding your program with student fees. Right now our students are paying for athletes to have a better student experience than they get and they are getting nothing in return for it.

If winning doesn't matter, then find donors to fund your project or fold the program.


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Reply #44 on: September 25, 2017, 11:20:10 am
When I played athletics winning enhanced my experience. Also if you're talking about amenities having your program in the AAC would help to provide funding for those.


 

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