Pardon my lack of #sarcasm annotations.
Why would they be needed? The sarcasm was obvious.
That said, for a college to afford "naming rights" on a Pro-Stadium is a little insane. That's like my local Middle School buying the naming rights of a 4 lane bridge.
If said middle school was a wholly-owned subsidiary of a for-profit corporation, sure. UoPX is more concerned with its standing with the Securities and Exchange Commission than the Higher Learning Commission.
Look, you've got a legit point - athletics money has a huge influence on colleges and universities. My own university's football and basketball teams play in facilities with the names of a mediocre pizza company and a Fortune 500 fast-food company, respectively. However, the truckloads of money that ESPN has dumped in the university's coffers has helped pay for a lot of improvements - improved student housing, some terrific research and classroom facilities, campus expansion, two overseas campuses, and the new undergrad program that I'm now part of. It may be something of a devil's bargain, but it's meant a net improvement in the campus and its educational offerings.