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We're not getting another bowl ban. It's going to be time served and probation. Like getting a DUI and getting charged for wreckless driving. Sorry for the analogy guys. Only thing I could think of while watching the game.
This post was edited by jscanes22 17 months ago
What makes you think that?
Not worried in the slightest. We will sue their pants off if they try to pull something ridiculous.. Just consider it stadium funding.
Golden is better then Jimbo... I feared it was true. He is going to hoist a crystal ball there - fsufsu
Three Bowl bans is un heard of. Its basically the death penalty. That's one less than PSU which was monumental.
Shalala giving statement and is pissed. Will be very interesting to see what the Infraction Committee does
We've already served three post season bans.. One more would be the equivalent of what Penn St received. Can't happen IMO.
We've only served 2. They don't count specific games... only years
Regardless of what they count, we've served three POST SEASON games. There really isn't anyway around that fact. Now when talking about bowl bans we've only served two.
Shalala maybe a lot of things but stupid and a pushover aren't one of them...if the NCAA tries anything cute, she'll have 10 of the U's best lawyer alumni and sue and take every dime and nickel that we've lost over the past 2 yrs. in a court of law
The NCAA betrer be smart because i will keep saying they cannot go to war in court especially when they look as bad as they do now
I doubt it goes to court... 15 scholarship reduction over 3 years, started with 5 this year so 10 over the next 2 years and 3-5 years of probation. No more bowl bans... the coaches should get harsher punishments though
As far as the NCAA goes if you have to shoot--shoot don't talk.
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