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How does this work? Are they paid through sources other than the university or is it truly a volunteer position with no pay.
They make a nice living off of the camps. Baseball camps have kept Esposito happy financially. I don't know how much they make, but I would imagine it is in the $40-80 range. I don't know if they make anything off of stuff like bat contracts, or not.
Ally will beat the crap out of Uga.
I was going to say something similar. I know assistant basketball coaches at many smaller schools rely heavily on the income they receive from basketball camps. The head coaches let them set up the camps and they benefit. It supplements thier income quite nicely.
I assume it is the same way in baseball.
I think in Espo's case it was much closer to 40 or less. It helps if you have a sugar momma
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