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Nike founder and Oregon alumnus Phil Knight has donated more than $100 million to his alma mater’s athletic department. Isn’t it what’s the French termnaive of us Yanks to believe Knight is not involved in how that department utfifas operates? Laval University president Denis Briere thinks so, which is why he has no problem with Tanguay being his football program’s general manager. “When you know the beast you’re dealing with,” says Briere with an air of nonchalance, “it’s okay.”
Tanguay also finds the NCAA’s separation of private enterprise and intercollegiate athletics in word if not deed a farce (Under Armour, for example, recently entered into at 10-year, $90 million licensing deal with Notre Dame).When told that it would be a punishable violation for Tanguay, a millionaire, to buy lunch for Laval quarterback Hugo Richard if the Rouge et Or were an NCAA member school, he laughs. “If those rules were really applied in the States,” Tanguay says, “then there would be no college football in the States.”
There are three big reasons for Laval’s hegemony in the CIS. The first is capital. www.utfifas.co When asked if money motivated him to launch the football program, Tanguay quips sardonically, “Spending money!” The Rouge et Or were the first CIS football program to have full-time, paid assistant coaches and the first to use video editing.