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Stuhoo

FBI Corruption Investigation

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It's kind of like the steroid scandal in baseball.  The NCAA benefited by having certain blue blood schools continue to stay on top by cheating, much like MLB benefited by having the home run races.  The ripple effect is that in order to stay competitive, many schools that otherwise would not have done so (just like many players that would not have done so in the steroid scandal) felt that had to in order to compete.
Honestly, screw 'em.  IMO, there are more important things in life than winning some games if you can't do it on the up and up.  Jerry Sloan was once asked if he would ever have Dennis Rodman on his team given all of the headaches he caused.....Sloan was an ultra-competitive coach, but even he had his limits.  His reply was that "I guess some things are more important to me than winning."
I just want all the cheaters to be put on blast so all past accomplishments are tarnished. Kansas, Kentucky,Duke, msu,Louisville. The obvious ones who have blatantly cheated. That is my hope

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I just want all the cheaters to be put on blast so all past accomplishments are tarnished. Kansas, Kentucky,Duke, msu,Louisville. The obvious ones who have blatantly cheated. That is my hope

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You’d have to get into levels at that point or just name the few programs who’ve had success that didn’t cheat, as much. I would like to see some type of graph of the dirtiest programs compared with the winningest.


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