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From David Jones columnist for http://PennLive.com and The Harrisburg Patriot-News, the Penn State bible.

1. Patrick Chambers has been the subject of Penn State internal investigation for the past several months, led by PSU athletics integrity officer Robert Boland, PennLive has learned. Interviews with many former players and coaches have centered around Chambers’ treatment of them.

2. Sources have indicated it was launched after recent public comments of former PSU and current Iowa State guard Rasir Bolton and those of graduated guard/current Dallas Maverick Josh Reaves. Those interviewed have been asked questions about possible recruiting irregularities.

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Could it be a death penalty case?

Could this be the end of Sean Miller?

The University of Arizona was served with nine allegations of misconduct, five of which are classified as Level I violations, in the Notice of Allegations that the NCAA sent to the school on Oct. 21, The Athletic has learned. The Level I allegations, which fall in the most serious category, include a lack of institutional control and failure to monitor by the university; a lack of head coach control by men’s basketball coach Sean Miller; and a lack of head coach control by Augie Busch, the women’s swimming and diving coach.

 

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18 minutes ago, Stuhoo said:

Could it be a death penalty case?

Could this be the end of Sean Miller?

The University of Arizona was served with nine allegations of misconduct, five of which are classified as Level I violations, in the Notice of Allegations that the NCAA sent to the school on Oct. 21, The Athletic has learned. The Level I allegations, which fall in the most serious category, include a lack of institutional control and failure to monitor by the university; a lack of head coach control by men’s basketball coach Sean Miller; and a lack of head coach control by Augie Busch, the women’s swimming and diving coach.

 

5 level ones.  Ouch

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Serious rhetorical question- if Sean Miller gets fired, how would you feel if Archie hired him as assistant (again, totally rhetorical, assume IU would let him and Sean was interested)?


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3 minutes ago, mamasa said:

Serious rhetorical question- if Sean Miller gets fired, how would you feel if Archie hired him as assistant (again, totally rhetorical, assume IU would let him and Sean was interested)?


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I'd probably quit IU basketball until our next coach was hired. 

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54 minutes ago, Stuhoo said:

Could it be a death penalty case?

Could this be the end of Sean Miller?

The University of Arizona was served with nine allegations of misconduct, five of which are classified as Level I violations, in the Notice of Allegations that the NCAA sent to the school on Oct. 21, The Athletic has learned. The Level I allegations, which fall in the most serious category, include a lack of institutional control and failure to monitor by the university; a lack of head coach control by men’s basketball coach Sean Miller; and a lack of head coach control by Augie Busch, the women’s swimming and diving coach.

 

 Don’t want to make it look like the revenue sports only. So let’s also bust the women’s swim coach for lack of head coach control. I can’t stop laughing at that. The highest paid state employee in Arizona.......and some other dude.

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44 minutes ago, mamasa said:

Serious rhetorical question- if Sean Miller gets fired, how would you feel if Archie hired him as assistant (again, totally rhetorical, assume IU would let him and Sean was interested)?


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Hard pass.

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1 hour ago, Stuhoo said:

Could it be a death penalty case?

Could this be the end of Sean Miller?

The University of Arizona was served with nine allegations of misconduct, five of which are classified as Level I violations, in the Notice of Allegations that the NCAA sent to the school on Oct. 21, The Athletic has learned. The Level I allegations, which fall in the most serious category, include a lack of institutional control and failure to monitor by the university; a lack of head coach control by men’s basketball coach Sean Miller; and a lack of head coach control by Augie Busch, the women’s swimming and diving coach.

 

Didn't Kansas get the same violations at the end of last season? They'll unite to thwart the NCAA and the numbskulls they have for lawyers.

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1 hour ago, mamasa said:

Serious rhetorical question- if Sean Miller gets fired, how would you feel if Archie hired him as assistant (again, totally rhetorical, assume IU would let him and Sean was interested)?


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Heck no. Sure he will head to the pros anyway so that he can underwhelm with the pros 

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1 hour ago, mamasa said:

Serious rhetorical question- if Sean Miller gets fired, how would you feel if Archie hired him as assistant (again, totally rhetorical, assume IU would let him and Sean was interested)?


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For those who say “no way,” did you get super angry & give up IU basketball from 1990-2000 when Bobby Knight had Norm Ellenberger on the IU staff?

 

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9 minutes ago, Stuhoo said:


For those who say “no way,” did you get super angry & give up IU basketball from 1990-2000 when Bobby Knight had Norm Ellenberger on the IU staff?

 

A good point but 3 things I think are important to note. 
 

Norm had over a decade to learn from his mistake 

Couldn’t he called a case of nepotism 

And our lack of success that decade post 93 might mean selling your soul doesn’t always pay off 

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1 hour ago, Stuhoo said:


For those who say “no way,” did you get super angry & give up IU basketball from 1990-2000 when Bobby Knight had Norm Ellenberger on the IU staff?

 

No, but it doesn't mean I was happy with Bobby's decision to hire him.  And while I'm sure I wouldn't give up IU basketball if Archie would hire his brother, I would be sorely disappointed in Archie's judgment.

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4 hours ago, Brass Cannon said:

Heck no. Sure he will head to the pros anyway so that he can underwhelm with the pros 

No kidding, for all the talent Sean has had still never made a FF, right?

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If Sean does get let go at Arizona, my guess is he will have a show-cause penalty. I would think that would make the chances of anybody hiring him pretty remote until that expires. 
Next stop: NBA assistant? 

Most likely unless they show their teeth, re: UNC, Kansas, Wichita State, LSU, among many others.


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