Sun Jan 27, 2013, 08:34 AM
trumad (37,424 posts)
The NCAA Infractions Committee is one steaming corrupt pile of shit.
They are about to get their asses handed to them on many fronts.
Miami for sure--- USC this coming month.
Be sure to read this whole piece--- UN-flicking-believable.
The NCAA admitted it had telephone records showing that Lake initiated the call, contrary to his testimony to the association. Lake told the NCAA McNair had called him in early hours of Jan. 8, 2006. That conclusion according to Shaller's decision "could reasonably cast doubt on the occurrence of the … conversation." The NCAA "should have known" parts of the infractions report regarding that call were "demonstrably untrue."
Largely on the basis of that call and Lake's testimony, McNair was found to guilty of unethical conduct by the NCAA. Shaller's decision says McNair's attorneys had proven the NCAA infractions report on USC "contained material false statements regarding" the phone call.
An email from infractions committee member, Eleanor Myers, admits to a "botched" interview with McNair according to Shaller's decision.
On the basis of those issues Shaller said last week he would unseal the entire McNair inquiry waiting 30 days to give the NCAA time to file an appeal. The public's access to the file could reveal the inner workings of one of the most contentious cases in NCAA history. Bush was found to taken benefits and cash from two would-be marketing agents. The school was hit with a two-year bowl ban and the loss of 30 scholarships over three seasons. That particularly penalty has two years to run.
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The NCAA Infractions Committee is one steaming corrupt pile of shit. (Original post)
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Sun Jan 27, 2013, 05:24 PM
Bluzmann57 (11,929 posts)
1. And the NFL should have told Carroll NO
Pete Carroll is a steaming pile of seahawk shit as well and the NFL should have rules in place that if a guy cheats in college like Carroll did, he should be banned from coaching in the league for two or three years at least.
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Sun Jan 27, 2013, 05:52 PM
madinmaryland (57,000 posts)
2. And a coach who cheats in the NFL gets a slap on the wrist???
Belicheat should have been banned for at least two years according to your rules???