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If that isn't lack of institutional control I don't know what is.... This has to look great as the NCAA decides their punishment...
If it was any organization other than the NCAA, I would say uh oh.....but the consistency that they have shown over the years in doling out punishment....this may give Miami an exemption to
go back to 100+ scholarships. There is never any rhyme or reason in their decision making process
Good...Just read about Duke Johnson with that story. I heard his name being floated last year. How sweet would it be for Miami to get crushed, and have Johnson, Tracy Howard and Malcolm Lewis transfer in...
Was thinking the same, but figure the odds.
The way I see it, Miami is another team that should be under consideration for the death penalty especially if the same strip club type and other treatment of recruits is continuing under Golden.. How stupid can a man be with the NCAA already all over the program.
Does Golden keep his job?
You wouldnt think so, but depending on what the penalties are the school may not be able to find anyone to replace him.
If the sanctions come down (they will), and the transfer allowances are put in place for freshmen and sophomores, are the coaches allowed to contact these kids...Or do the kids have to make the initial contact...Or can the coaches even speak to them?
Funny how it has not been that long ago that he was rumored to want to get out of his contract because of looming penalties for infractions that occurred before he arrived.
I would say that with the latest developments he has lost a little bit of leverage haha.
The other thing that comes to mind is.... wasn't he a Paterno disciple? Imagine the list of names like Schiano that were rumored for years as a possible successor for that job.....that are thanking their lucky stars they did not get into that mess
Hasn't Miami been sanctioned before? If so, this could mean the death penalty to them.
The players need to make the contact the schools they are interested in. It would be a violation for a coach to contact them.
WVU needs to put up a billboard in Miami for educational purposes .....hint .....hint
with all this talk of penn st and the death penalty miami is just as of a good candidate for it as any... the things they had going on was way out of hand and now this ...bet swafford is glad he brought them in from the big lest now you know schools in the acc have such high integrity...what a joke lmao karma in so many ways if miami is crushed and 2 team bolt the acc could be done
I'd let them play the season, but wouldn't allow home attendees. The uniforms have no endorsing emblems allowed with only the written name of the university on the front. Post season bans, reduced scholarships, and all conf teams would forfeit revenue from Televised games with Miami for some period of time.
To this last point, out of conf teams could dump them, or Miami would pay for those games to the opponents. Conf teams are guilty by association.
Blackout games would work too.
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I would be suprised if the Death Penalty that was handed down to SMU in the 80's was used. There is just to much money associated with Athletics. However I could see recruiting restrictions and a ban on bowls. The entire administration at the U is responsible!
No football this coming season. No bowls and probation for the length of time the cover-up lasted. Loose 8 schlorships for 12 years and no off campus recruiting for the same length of time. Plus some type of monetary reduction for the football program's revenues.
I say give the death penalty to PSU, Miami, and UNC. So then we can get Dorian Johnson, Dajuan Drennon, and Alex Gall for starters...
That is why the football program at Penn State should be given the death penalty.... Money! That monstrosity that is the Penn State football program needs to be broken and rebuilt from the ground up. Sandusky will spend the rest of his life in solitary confinement because if released to the general inmate population he would die and deservedly so. Even harden criminals punish a child molester with death. Paterno's empire needs to be put to death.
As far as Penn State is concerned all administrators that had anything to do with sports (yes, all sports) during that time period need to be fired and put on trial to determine if they are guilty or not.. The football team gets booted from the B1G... and given the death penalty. How many years? Well enough to destroy the football program financially and purge this disgust from the area.
MIami, the death penalty as well... all football coaches, AD, Shalala AND any one associated with the football program fired. While the death penalty is imposed they can bring in a whole new environment to the place.
Anyone ever pick up on the Morgantown song. The reference given to PSU back when the song was made. Hmmmm. Someone new what was going on there. Lmao
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