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"Information gained through the bankruptcy proceedings or other evidence derived from that process will not be used in Miami Case"
This post has been edited 4 times, most recently by ItalianaCane26 14 months ago
Brett Murphy, ESPN reporter CFB reporter, tweets "By the time NCAA's opening statement is completed, Miami already will have served its probation"
-this is just an opinion
hahaha, to funny!
and so true!!
Carter and sometimes Bill Baskin
If this statement were 100% true then they'd have to throw out all of the Nevin Shapiro comments, remarks, & allegations & there would not be a case.
...........Even sponge knows its about the U
Just more waiting at this point. Nothing really to see here.
Just more proof of the NCAA bs and they know how bad they look now the reporters are all turning on them this is jsut a mess smh
20% seems rather low
Is the NCAA just gonna close their eyes & 'forget' what they heard? I doubt it.
If they throw out the bankruptcy proceedings and Sean Allen's talks are excluded that means they can only view the evidence that Shapiro had as far as receipts and pictures. Minor infractions were about 80% of the case anyway.
Envy the past, Fear the future
No doubt but that 20% is still rather small and wouldn't have been that big of an impact on possible punishment
True but ppl got fired today and that doesn't happen for merely 20% of a almost 3 year investigation
We learned that the NCAA had expended approximately $8,200 to fund communications with Mr. Shapiro, including transfers of approximately $4,500 to his prison commissary account from which he pays for communications expenses.
This shit is just crazy!! Don't understand how stuff like this goes on!!
At what point s what the NCAA hs done actually becomes a legal crime like im not a legal buff but all of this with a convict i mean can anything be charged in the court of law?
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