"Carl Bell needs to keep his mouth shut," said Hulse, chairman and CEO of Waco's First National Bank of Central Texas and a member of the 6th Man Club.
said club members pay $1,500 each to join, adding that their checks are made out to Baylor and are meant to "enable the (basketball) program to have a little something extra" to pay for things such as locker room improvements or video equipment. Hulse
and other 6th Man Club members contacted Tuesday downplayed the access they have to players as a result of their membership.Hulse
said at least once during the season, players would attend a meeting of club members at the Ferrell Center
Players would scatter about the room, sitting at different tables, members said.
"We'd eat something, maybe from Jason's Deli," Hulse
said, naming a local restaurant, "and the players would introduce themselves."
Throughout the season, however, "there was very, very limited player contact," he
never attended meetings in members' homes, adding: "Mr.