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Peyton Manning shows he is all about the money

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Peyton Manning has delivered an inspirational speech to the students of Oklahoma State University before he conducted a 30 minute Q&A for anyone to ask the former Super Bowl winning Quarterback questions.

A great service provided by a successful international sports star?

Of course its never going to be free to get an appearance by the biggest name in football at your school, but how much did Oklahoma State have to spend?

Well a grand total of $105,000 to get Manning to talk to their students for 30 minutes then answer questions for 30 minutes.

$105,000! Well he must of had some really inspirational advice for the students, I mean at that price he wouldn't just say stuff you can read on any meme on social media right?

WRONG!! Manning came out with bunch of cheesy one liners some inspirational posters around campus could have given the students.

Lines such as: "You either get better or worse every day,"

"This is your world, own it"

Many have since questioned if it was right for the college to spend so much on the event but college officials claim it was a great idea and have't ruled out repeating it again.

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