Fox News’ Chris Wallace asked “how much is a practice test worth?” on “Fox & Hannity” Tuesday night after his team lost a practice at Rutgers.
Wallace pointed out the practice test cost $100 and gave a quote about the test that said “it’s a total disaster.”
“I just don’t know how much.””
On “Fox News Sunday,” host Chris Wallace questioned the $100 price tag. “
I just don’t know how much.”
On “Fox News Sunday,” host Chris Wallace questioned the $100 price tag.
“So you’ve been talking about this for a long time and I’m just wondering, how much is it worth?”
“And how much does it cost to make it worth that?”
“A total disaster,” former Arkansas coach Bret Bielema said, referring to the test.
It’s a little too expensive for what you’re paying for it,” Bielemas said.””
How much money does it really cost to run a practice drill?”
“It’s a little too expensive for what you’re paying for it,” Bielemas said.
“But that’s what the coaches are paying for,” Wallace added.
“It’s just a total scam.
That’s what I was trying to say.”
The Fox News test costs $100.
That means it costs around $400 to run, according to the company that runs the test, the Center for Credit and Technology.
The company has said that if coaches want to run their own practice drills, they can pay for the practice.
In a statement on the company’s website, the company said, “the center offers its training and technology services to the top coaching programs in the country.
The center has provided over 2,000 students and staff in college sports and over 100,000 coaches with its extensive technology suite since 2009.”
Our test costs around 25% of our average rate, and that includes the cost of training, equipment, and other costs,” the statement said.
The company said the cost for a single practice drill varies from state to state.