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Derek Dooley then went on to say: "Still, it's perfectly fine for a larger school to sway me from my contract and my personal, oral and moral commitments to my players and recruits whenever that larger school can afford to offer more money and pay my buy-out clause."
Dooley abruptly had to leave before answering the following question from rising 2nd year UT law student Tom Shiester: "Don't you think you're being a bit disingenuous by emphasizing the players' obligations to keep their grades up as part of the contract, but then ignoring the University's unilateral right to cancel..i mean, not renew...a player's contra...I mean scholarship...even if the player keeps his grades up and doesn't violate team rules?"
As he left, Dooley could be heard excitedly muttering to his staff: "Why didn't someone tell me there would be other lawyers in the room?!"
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