|Written by Chris Vannini|
Posted by: Chris Vannini on February 6, 2013
What better way to sell your football program that by saying you will make a lot of money if you come here? (After school, of course).
That's what Division II Missouri S&T is doing with the below recruiting video - selling the value of a degree.
Among the selling points at the beginning of the video: S&T graduates have an average starting salary of $60,000, interns hired by recruiters make an average of $3,200 per month and the school is ranked the No. 35 public university.
The rest of the video shows highlights of the team and the school, but along the bottom are the average starting salaries for just about every major.
The Miners went 10-1 in 2012, so they can sell a winning program, too.
Check this out.
Chris Vannini is the lead writer for CoachingSearch.com and has covered Michigan State sports for The State News, The Oakland Press and MLive.com. He writes a weekly column for the Detroit Free Press on behalf of SB Nation. Vannini lives in Big Ten country, so his foot speed is far from SEC caliber, but his pulse on coaches is hard to match. Be sure to follow @CoachingBuzz on twitter and send your feedback to email@example.com
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