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  • #198072

    Tyler King
    Keymaster

    Pat Forde goes deeper into things that weren’t blatantly mentioned in the FBI’s report today.
    https://sports.yahoo.com/ncaa-needs-give-louisville-basketball-death-sentence-bombshell-allegations-prove-correct-181930063.html

  • #198078

    Caylor Feltman
    Moderator

    This is crazy. I remember when the 2013 title was taken away. Reading the report about the escorts and strippers… It was frightening. I tend to agree that if extreme measures aren’t taken, it puts the power and purpose of the NCAA into question. I just don’t know about the death penalty… Seems to punish a lot of people that did nothing wrong.

    • #198097

      Tyler King
      Keymaster

      They got a slap on wrist for “rogue assistant” with the strippers and escorts. If they get that same slap on the wrist with this $100,000 payment, then the NCAA is just as or more corrupt than their member schools

  • #198094

    Joseph Fazio
    Participant

    After going through the 50+ page report, the leading suspect could face up to 80 years in prison if all charges go through

    • #198095

      Tyler King
      Keymaster

      Can you tell who the leading suspect is?

  • #198112

    Caylor Feltman
    Moderator

    Heard a good point this afternoon. It’s a lose-lose for the NCAA. If they don’t punish hard, they are useless. If they do punish hard, it’s another example of the NCAA forbidding an athlete to collect the money that he’s worth on the open market. Bad look all around.

    • #198114

      Tyler King
      Keymaster

      but the NCAA has done themselves in because of the enforcement they’ve had of big time incidents over the past 5-10 years. they’ve either gone way overboard or done nothing and that’s why this is a lose-lose

    • #198144

      Joseph Fazio
      Participant

      People involved in NCAA Investigation

      Here is the article from Oklahoma State’s Daily O’Collegian about the people involved

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