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Something is a comin'...
EDIT: Link says 'unavailable' , but it works.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by weGO 18 months ago
"Get in where you fit in." Life is, Too Short TL;DR
Good. Hope Freeze enjoys that. He is not allowed to be an Auburn fan again after UM gets ball bagged by the NCAA.
I was going to put a witty joke here, but I forgot bama fans still use picture books. So I thought I'd expedite the process for you...
Ouch! That's gonna leave a mark...
Sanctions are still a ways off. When they get the notice of allegations, they will have 90 days to do their own investigation and respond. There will be no sanctions until after a hearing before the Committee on Infractions.
Thanks for clarifying. A friend sent me that link. I was wondering exactly how that worked.
Turds are next
Can someone inform me, please. What team has ever received a notice of allegations and not wound up being given sanctions after their "hearing?"
Remember: If The Jury Box Is Stacked With Foxes...The Chicken Is Always Guilty
I can not think of one. It's my understanding that under the current system the NCAA does not issue a NOA unless they believe they have some evidence of violations. But I'm no expert. Not sure if NCAA releases that info.
This post was edited by cman 18 months ago
It won't happen, but it's a clear case for the death penalty. I don't give a damn about it hurting the people there now when they didn't do anything. You make an example here and now. What went on at Miami getting the players there was just simply too much. It cannot be tolerated and if the NCAA is ever going to have teeth again it must come out harshly against Miami. I'm hoping for the death penalty.
WE COMING . WAR EAGLE !
It is too difficult to stop the corruption committed by the Bammers of the sport. It is time for the athletes and the parents to pay the price for taking benefits. If an athlete receives grant and aid to play football then their family's finances should be audited.
Happy days are here again!!!!
If the allegations are true by Shapiro is what I should state first of all, then they should get the death penalty in my opinion. They PAID for an abortion to keep a pregnancy quiet. Now, I will readily admit I'm a prolife kind of guy. That said, I can't see many being okay with boosters of a school paying for an abortion to keep a pregnancy quiet that happened at one of these sex parties. In addition, coaches and players alike took part in these sex parties and supposedly even did cocaine.
Again, if those allegations are true then I think you have to end Miami's program but that's just me. It happened for me when the abortion thing happened. I simply couldn't take it.
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