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This is a major example of what is wrong with college football, the NCAA (and major media) is worried about stupid and silly little "splitting hair" rules such as bumping into recruits, whether they are allowed to wear a helmet on a visit, or whether there is a "pep rally" for them on campus. And yet, updyke u can have fat cat boosters pimping stars in "autograph signing factories" while giving out free suits, cars, houses for moms, etc and posting proof of it on their facebook pages bragging about it and the NCAA and major media just "yawns".
I'm pretty sure they aren't doing a tryout in chucks.
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Well, whether it's a violation or not we'll hear for years about how there was proof positive (and pictures always, I mean always = proof, right?) that ole miss cheated and nothing was done about it.
This post was edited by kingofhill on 1/26/2013 at 9:54 PM
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The NCAA has its own set of issues to deal with now and the hypocrisy is at an all time high even with this institution if you could the NCAA such a thing. Their excuse: They didn't know. Wow, just wow.
This would be a bit petty. Wearing a helmet and posing with a football doesn't "look like a practice or tryout" at all. It looks like kids posing with helmets and footballs.
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