- 08-22-2011, 11:16 AM #11
Completely agree. The one common thread through all of these Shenanigans is MONEY! Strip Universities of ALL the monies made during the time of the infractions and you will definitely see a knee jerk change in how they do things! The question now is, will this stop the mid-tier or lower-tier universities that are trying to make a name for themselves any way possible and haven't even sniffed a bowl? What money are you really going to strip. Herein is where I think punishing the coaches bears some interesting debates.
- 08-22-2011, 01:03 PM #12
The money part is #1. However, I heard someone say coaches basically look at the risk/reward. Right now they are saying the reward is worth it because the punishment is not that big of a deal. Now if they were hit with fines and suspended, and the universities had to refund bowl money, you can be sure that infractions would drop significantly.
It's All About "The U"
- 08-22-2011, 07:19 PM #13
Official Thread for Suspensions and Related Discussions - No Extra Threads!!
We have too many threads discussing the potential suspensions, how suspensions are determined, players cleared, just letting the guys play , etc. Post all comments in this thread similar to the one above for the investigation. Thanks
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Based on this article in the palm beach post it looks like we are working with the NCAA to review the eligibility of the players.
Shalala says 15 Miami athletes being investigated
All we can do is hope and maybe a little prayer!
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- 08-22-2011, 07:49 PM #14
heard marve and the brown brothers were granted immunity for narc'ing to the ncaa
Sebastian's 40 is faster than ur mascots
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- 08-22-2011, 08:45 PM #18
184.108.40.206 Student-Athlete. At the request of the enforcement staff, the Committee on Infractions may grant limited immunity to a student-athlete or prospective student-athlete when such an individual otherwise might be declared ineligible for inter-collegiate competition based on information reported to the enforcement staff by the student-athlete or a prospective student-athlete or a third party associated with the student-athlete or prospective student-athlete. Such immunity shall not apply to the individual's involvement in violations of NCAA legislation not reported or to future involvement in violations of NCAA legislation by the individual or to any action taken by an institution. In any case, such immunity shall not be granted unless the relevant information would not otherwise be available to the enforcement staff.
- 08-22-2011, 08:57 PM #19
is it Grudensport?
- 08-22-2011, 08:59 PM #20