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If you're any program right now, why not take a risk and skirt NCAA recruiting regulations? Even if they somehow manage to find out a program is cheating, they'll either bumble up the investigation, or administer a small punishment.
Can the NCAA be fixed?
Can't fix what's entirely broken.
I'm not trying to start a 40 page flame thread with AU fan here, but I think after the NCAA botched the Cam situation, it was open season. Why should everyone play by the rules? I mean, look at what AU did. They bought a title and nothing happened. You had the father admit to it too. Then you have the Miami situation where God only knows how bad they screwed that up. I just wish this was the case before the ruined our program early last decade.
Teams with nothing to lose now might just say screw it. Maybe they say, we aren't getting anywhere the legit way and nobody is even doing that anymore anyway. Why not take a chance and get t a title? I really can't blame their logic.
"Because Bama now sucks just like FSU used to suck when we were getting dominated by OU. Does it make sense now?"- Sliger (FSU Fan)
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