Warren Buffet has been inspired by recent events at Stanford University, where an anonymous donor recently endowed the football team's offensive coordinator coaching position and had it renamed in honor of Andrew Luck, the Cardinal's starting quarterback and top 2012 NFL Draft pick. (No word yet on whether Stanford will be forced to run the same offense forever, but our sources are working on that.)
Known as the "Oracle of Omaha", Buffet has decided to donate an unknown but undoubtedly enormous pot of money to the University of Nebraska's athletic department to create the "Warren Buffet Stuff It Defensive Line Coach" position.
Buffet stated in an interview with the Lincoln Journal Star's Steve Sipple that he hopes to inspire other Nebraska gazillionaires to think about endowing other positions in the athletic department, stepping up the competition as other athletic departments around the nation follow suit.
And it just might be working. Joe Ricketts, founder of Ameritrade and patriarch of the Ricketts family in Omaha is rumored to be considering endowing the defensive secondary position as the "Ricketts' Pick It Secondary Coach".
Joe Moglia, former CEO of Ameritrade is said to have hired a gaggle of PR people to find out "just what the hell might go with Moglia".