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Check out these violations by tOSU.....
On Aug. 20, assistant coach Dick Tressel responded to a text message from the parents of recruit Warren Ball asking which gate to use to enter Ohio Stadium for a scrimmage. Texting the parents of a recruit was a violation.
Though minor in scope, Meyer and Smith are among those who have committed secondary NCAA violations at Ohio State in the last 11 months.
This post was edited by ButchCassidy 23 months ago
Pretty sure we r going to get the death penalty for Vrabel chewing on the sidelines. Stuff like that makes the Miami stuff look like childs play. Ashamed such a rogue program reprents my city. Meyer saying good luck to Spence before a game?!?!? At least I can rest easy knowing he will burn in hell for it.
They've got some ridiculous rules. They need to reevaluate some of them. Probably lots of them.
Jay Bilas pointed out earlier in the year that it was a violation for basketball players to get cream cheese on their bagel.
Breaking news, NCAA sucks.
Rules are rules, guys. It isn't fair to the rest of us whose universities follow them for the rule-breakers to get away unpunished.
TURDS ALL UP IN THIS MUG. /// "2010 Auburn Tigers, my favorite team. Unbeaten in all ways." -- Dan Wetzel, April 4, 2013, 6:29 p.m.
Here's the latest:
The N.C.A.A. said it could reopen the investigation, but the Tigers will be able to keep their 2010 Bowl Championship Series title.
This is all anyone needs to know. " The other three former players declined to assist N.C.A.A. investigation". The rest of college football knows.
There is one university being discussed ITT who is rampantly breaking rules at an alarming pace to the rest of us. Trying to change the focus of this thread to a school that set a standard of compliance just a season ago is puzzling.
Not changing focus of this thread. I just found it hillarious that a person that is a fan of auburn, would chime in about chewing tobacco and directions to a facility and our coach saying Good Luck! I mean Nothing happend down there in auburn, Auburn even said so. Come on man, pull your head out of the sand. Everyone has learned from all of this! Do what Auburn does and Stonewall the NCAA. Because there is an advantage to getting a recuit when your chewing tobacco. GEESH.
Breaking the rules is never a good thing. It isn't fair for you or OSU to decide which ones to follow and which ones to blatantly disregard. It's best to follow them all. The NCAA is fair and just when you do.
This post was edited by Mr Perfect 23 months ago
Ncaa should just ban these rule breakers for life....
Come on dude. were talkin secondary stuff! It happens everywhere you look.......
On CFL today they said it was a violation if the coach suggested what type of cream cheese a recruit should put on a bagel and that was specifically written in the rule book.
Funny stuff, this secondary rules. How are any of them a competitive advantage. I believe thats what most people get pissy about
I have to agree here, those violations are pretty dumb and is something that has to be fix.
It's all about the U!
When do secondary violations become an issue? And let's not ignore that these all AREN'T football violations.
Nobody wants to hear that! It does not sell papers
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