The administration at Millersville University took a two-step approach in nixing a deal that would have saved their men's running programs:
Step 1: Open Mouth
Step 2: Insert Foot
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A Millersville University grad offered $300,000 as part of an alumni proposal to run men's track and cross country for three years while the alumni look for permanent funding.
On Monday, alumni learned the university had rejected the proposal.
Not familiar with the fork-tongued devils that run Millersville? Catch up here.
"What I was basically told was, 'We don't want to set a precedent, and we don't want anybody telling us how to run our school,' " he said.
Really? Didn't the university claim - just over a month ago - that they'd used an outside consulting firm that advised them to drop men's running?
They didn't seem to mind Bob Oliver & Chuck Lindemann telling them how to run their school then, did they?
p.s. Here's a comment on the recent article by Mville Resident:
Stadium lights at Millersville University have been on ALL NIGHT and they are currently on at 6:37am...I really wish I had money to "throw away" like they do.