What’s a marsupial’s favorite cocktail?
A piña koala.
Boise State and Nike agreement numbers
This isn’t all of the numbers, of course, but a broad outline.
To further breakdown #BoiseState’s new six-year extension with #Nike...— Jay Tust (@KTVBSportsGuy) June 18, 2018
Nike will pay BSU a one-time fee of $750,000.
Outside of that, here are the annual totals for product allotment:
Tust does go on to explain that the university gets a cash payout of $750,000 and then it’s gear after that.
Boise State and Learfield sports sign a new contract
The State Board of Education is going to be busy ok’ing these new contracts.
Further clarification, the $17.45 million is in additional revenue EACH YEAR plus the 3 additional years of the contract ... not just the additional 3 years. https://t.co/0Z6FCZxgj3— John Patrick (@JPktik) June 18, 2018
It’s always interesting seeing these agreements come out. Boise State being able to leverage the current success tends to do wonders for the pocketbook.
Yeah, I know today’s links are somewhat tweet-heavy but Twitter is driving the conversation right now.
Boise State will seek to get approval for a baseball stadium design at the SBOE meeting this week. Will later need approval to build. Approx. $8-10$10M projected cost on project. pic.twitter.com/gcK2ehyUlW— Dave Southorn (@davesouthorn) June 18, 2018
Dr. Bob Kustra had recently talked about the ‘simplicity’ of a baseball field. But $8-$10M projected cost certainly doesn’t seem all that simple. I don’t know what it takes to get a 2,000-seat stadium but apparently it will have more than I thought it would have.