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NCAA drops sanctions on BYU. In typical NCAA fashion they penalize a program that has barely anything to do with the important stuff going on right now

http://www.vanquishthefoe.com/2018/11/9/18079544/byu-basketball-nick-emery-ncaa-sanctions


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22 hours ago, mdn82 said:


I truly feel you could plug and play any person and the result is the same. It’s not the person in charge but the institution itself. It’s an antiquated concept that is no longer realistic.


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I think when an organization has gone off the rails you start by axing the top guy. 

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32 minutes ago, Gahoosierfan said:

I think when an organization has gone off the rails you start by axing the top guy. 

I think when a governing body has shown an inability to be the least bit effect (see: get anything right) you scrap the whole organization and start over.  I believe we're heading in that direction.

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2 hours ago, barrettballer said:

NCAA drops sanctions on BYU. In typical NCAA fashion they penalize a program that has barely anything to do with the important stuff going on right now emoji23.png

http://www.vanquishthefoe.com/2018/11/9/18079544/byu-basketball-nick-emery-ncaa-sanctions


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They self reported - In this day and age! Hahaha! Tougher sanctions than da’ville for the stripper scandal, just less impactful since they didn’t have the success. Lesson learned— lawyer up raise both hands in the air and let the double birds fly pointed towards Indy!

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3 hours ago, barrettballer said:

NCAA drops sanctions on BYU. In typical NCAA fashion they penalize a program that has barely anything to do with the important stuff going on right now emoji23.png

http://www.vanquishthefoe.com/2018/11/9/18079544/byu-basketball-nick-emery-ncaa-sanctions


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It's a diversion, trying to get the focus off the real scumbags so they won't have to hand out any punishment to them.

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11 minutes ago, HoosierAloha said:

I think when a governing body has shown an inability to be the least bit effect (see: get anything right) you scrap the whole organization and start over.  I believe we're heading in that direction.

can only hope

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Brian Bowen has filed a federal racketeering lawsuit against Adidas.  

One of the juicier parts in the article:  2COMMENTS

What could also be interesting is to see if any collateral damage comes from the trial. Court documents show that Bowen’s attorneys will be able to conduct discovery against Kansas, Louisville, NC State and other schools, and the complaint itself alleges that Kansas head coach Bill Self and Kansas assistant Kurtis Townsend were ‘made aware of a bribe payment’ made to then Kansas recruit Silvio De Sousa’s guardian.

https://247sports.com/college/indiana/Article/Former-five-star-Brian-Bowen-files-RICO-lawsuit-against-Adidas-124973756/?fbclid=IwAR34GuTCT2xoPqEQoEo7rJxWNzwYf_9HU66mBkk8myU03vBIl7M6QscIHTs

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Correct me if I'm wrong, but I thought there was another trial coming up this year and the NCAA wasn't expected to make any decisions until after that trial.

 

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Correct me if I'm wrong, but I thought there was another trial coming up this year and the NCAA wasn't expected to make any decisions until after that trial.
 
The ncaa will nail some lower level power conference team and the big boys will all skate

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Jeff Goodman - BREAKING: Former Arizona assistant Book Richardson has reached a plea deal, his lawyer Craig Mordock told @WatchStadium. Sentencing range is between 18-24 months.

Squeal Piggy!


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Just saw that. He will probably take down a few shoe company guys but dont expect anything to happen to sean miller.

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I am pretty sure that Sean Miller won’t be involved. In addition to any prison time, Miller’s contract states that he will be fined $1M if he’s proven to be involved in as much as an NCAA level 1 infraction. But with that said, one has to wonder how this stuff can go on at these schools and the HC is totally oblivious. Not buying that at all.

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Investigation underway at Arizona
 
https://sports.yahoo.com/ncaa-investigation-underway-arizonas-sean-miller-faces-complicated-future-234415126.html
 
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Its interesting he got the top recruiting class this year. He must of convinced them all is good. Even though i think miller with survive arizona will likely get some penalty of in the ncaa can save any face.

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