Kansas State football coach Bill Snyder had some harsh words for the state of college athletics during a news conference Wednesday at the team’s annual media day.

After answering a wide range of questions about the upcoming season, he voiced his displeasure on the way universities have given in to outside demands such as TV networks.

“I think we’ve sold out,” Snyder said in response to a question. “We’re all about dollars and cents. The concept of college football no longer has any bearing on the quality of the person, the quality of students. Universities are selling themselves out.”

Since coming out of retirement, Snyder has often lamented the game’s changing landscape, saying athletics and money have wrongly taken priority over academics.

“Our professors … I have an office I could swim in. They’re in a cubbyhole somewhere,” Snyder said. “Yet, they go out and teach and promote education every day, and I value that.”