Sign Page 2's national letter of intent
Wednesday is national signing day for college football. Star players across the country will choose their schools by signing a National Letter of Intent.
It's a boring, three-page document that probably no one reads. So being that no one reads it, what would it hurt the NCAA to make the NLI honest about what the athletes are really agreeing to? Here's how an honest National Letter of Intent might read:
Illustration by Kurt Snibbe
DJ Gallo is the founder of SportsPickle.com. His first book, "The View from the Upper Deck," is available from only the finest bargain-book retailers. His next book project will be released soon. You can follow him on Twitter at @DJGalloESPN.
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