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Discussion in 'Swamp Gas' started by flgatormike, Oct 21, 2013.
It'll be light cause the NCAA messed up the investigation.
Also how did they "mess up" the investigation?
maybe this will salvage the season for us
Is there any credible info out there as to what the sanctions would be?
Punishment self served!
They'll probably get a bit more than a slap on the wrist but far far less than what they deserve. Given how pervasive and longstanding the cheating was, they should get Southern Cal level sanctions at a minimum but they'll get nothing close to that.
Presumably referring to the whole issue of working with bankruptcy lawyers in the Shapiro case to get information they wanted for the investigation via depositions in the bankruptcy case when they weren't a party to the case and didn't have independent subpoena powers.
NCAA obtained documents available to the public but paid for them.
Prisoners not able to deposition but media can interview!
If my twitter feed is an accurate representation of national sports media - consensus seems to be that "time served" is what they deserve. Oddly, but not surprisingly in this case, sympathy seems to be with Miami as a result of how the NCAA is viewed and how they handled this case.
It was a joke.
Foley needs to demand that UF gets awarded a forfeit victory over the Canes for that September debacle. The whole country saw how we toyed with them for the final three quarters, but kept scratching on the 8-ball. We should have scored 40-plus on UM that day. A forfeit win would give us a chance at a bowl game and keep us in the hunt for a state championship. No vacated game. I want a win that narrows Miami's lead in the rivalry to 28-27 and sends us out with a victory in our last game against UM.
After that debacle, Foley should have demanded the heads of WM and Brent Pease.
Whatever they receive in sanctions wont be enough.
I don't understand what the joke was, hence the emoticon.
Well the public isn't allowed to just show up and ask questions at a deposition. That's more or less what the NCAA did, they fed things they wanted to know about to one of the bankruptcy case attorneys and had that attorney ask the questions at depositions for them.
If you are serious, you disgust me.
The NCAA will lose all credibility if it does not absolutely pound Miami. The Canes are a repeat offender, have a pattern of out of control boosters, and what Shapiro did would get any other school totally hammered. Boosters throwing cash at players is what gets everyone else whacked, and if Miami gets away with it, the NCAA is done.
Are you so noble that you wouldn't take a forfeit win over the cheating Canes? This is FOOTBALL. Nobility's got nothing to do with it. Only wins are acceptable. On the field preferably, but gladly accepted from an NCAA rules committee.
The Gators had to forfeit games in the 1980s. Louisville accepted our 13-0 Homecoming win over them. Turnabout is fair play.