Discussion in 'Awesome Recruiting' started by candymanfromgc, Apr 26, 2020.
Yep I’m sure Bama is selling Waddle and OU is selling Hollywood Brown.
UF could only do this if they had the NCAA in their back pocket like the gumps do.
Well, get off your wallet and get busy.
we all know how that would end up
You could start your first iteration with me, then move into the student athlete population. I’ll take a Ford Raptor please, thank you
Do you think Leary would get any use out of a library card from the city of Boulder, Colorado?
Or, some very wealthy boosters could hire investigators to put together reports regarding those apparent rule breakers and NCAA darlings. This way, when enough evidence is collected that it is irrefutable, UF can go forward to do the same or slightly less. If the NCAA decides to investigate UF, then at that time, come forward with the incriminating evidence, indicating that UF will comply fully...as soon as the NCAA initiates the same investigation based upon our evidence.
Not that I have thought about this scenario before...
Hey, I'm not that greedy. How about a used minivan, RAV4 or Nissan Rogue, preferably with less than 50,000 miles on it?
Leary has delayed his decision that was set for June 6th. This is probably good news for us in all honesty..
Auburn making a move on em
He hasn't cashed the OU checks yet!
Signed, Serge A. Storms
Prediction: SEC championship game 2021. Leary looks up after Diwun Black plants him. Book it!
That won't happen then. It might happen at a UF scrimmage, but not in the SEC Championship. At least I hope so!!
Deeds to homes and car titles are a matter of public record. You don't need to be a governmental agency to investigate that; anyone can do it.
If the NCAA actually said that, I think what they were saying is that they have no subpoena power to compel people to testify about the truth of HOW a home or car is titled. The homes and cars aren't put in the player's name, or even necessarily their parents. But the homes and cars are made available for use by the players and their parents.