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The Eugene Register Guard is running a little story on some documents they have finally gotten from the University regarding the NCAA investigation going on.
Mostly it seems that Oregon is going to try to get a summary judgement, so they dont have to appear before the NCAA. The most interesting part is how Oregon could very likely going to get treated as a "repeat offender" under NCAA rules since they started their last major violation probation in 2003, and began messing around with the rules again in 2008, which falls just inside the five year window.
Its that repeat offender designation that got USC hammered so hard. (And also why the various brain dead USC fans who comment on their "harsh" penalties show they have now idea why USC was hit like they were. They never seem to realize that USC was a big time repeat offender.)
So when Oregon loses a couple years of bowl games, its going to be because of that.
Documents released by the University of Oregon on Friday regarding the ongoing NCAA investigation into possible recruiting violations by the football program confirm that the Ducks have pursued a summary disposition process — essentially a plea bargain — whereby a school and the NCAA enforcement staff attempt to reach agreement on rules violations and sanctions. A previous release of records in February indicated the UO might be seeking a summary disposition process, and Friday’s documents confirm that the UO’s lawyers and the NCAA have been discussing that option since at least April. The process is referenced in a pair of April e-mails, the first from the NCAA to UO’s lawyers, and the second in an internal UO e-mail from James O’Fallon, the faculty athletics representative, to several athletic department administrators, including athletic director Rob Mullens. One goal of the summary disposition process is to avoid a hearing before the NCAA Committee on Infractions. It’s not clear whether the NCAA ultimately would agree that Oregon should be able to avoid such a hearing, however. Although heavily redacted, the documents — basically communication between the UO, its lawyer Mike Glazier and the NCAA — also revealed that the NCAA might consider Oregon a repeat violator based on a case stemming from 2004. “I’m assuming the institution is cognizant that NCAA Bylaw 18.104.22.168.1 MAY be applicable in this case based on the COI’s 6/23/04 Infractions Report concerning the institution,” Steve Duffin, the NCAA’s associate director of enforcement, wrote to Glazier in March. The bylaw states a repeat offender could be subject to enhanced penalties if a major violation has occurred within five years of the starting date of a major penalty. The UO was given a two-year probation on June 23, 2004, for what was termed a “major” violation involving the recruitment of tailback J.J.
This post was edited by AlwaysMore 23 months ago
Who cares ? and as far as repeat offenders ,guilty as charged.and yes we are exactly that ,especially when it comes to whipping up on the Pac-10/12 repeatedly over the years. and the offense will continue this year and definitely on Nov.3rd when we spank your again.anyway shouldn't you be tailgating already for the ''Big game'' tomorrow against Arkansas Tech?or whoever the hell you guys are playing on saturday .BTW Nice SOS this year Quacker err!! Donald Duckers.
No Excuses,'' 11 x National Campions anyday,anytime ,anywhere.
Yes you enjoy that rip roaring affair against Hawaii tomorrow as well.
When was the last time USC won the Pac-12? Oh thats right, its never happened.
u to answer your question 2008 but wait for it .....
scoreboard once again lil duckie your not even in the top 5 of all time conference titles.your still playing catch -up to U-Dub. btw what major conf.is Arkansas Tech.apart of again? FBS or FCS I forget
Championships by school // School Championships //Last Championship
Southern California // 38 //2008
UCLA //17 // 1998
Washington // 15 // 2000
California // 14 // 2006
Stanford /12 // 1999
Oregon // 10 // 2011
Oregon State // 5 // 2000
Washington State // 4 //2002
Arizona State// 3 // 2007
Arizona // 1 // 1993
Colorado 0 –
Utah 0 –
This post was edited by trojanfolife 22 months ago
USC didn't get hit as a repeat offender. The NCAA report clearly said they weren't.
This post was edited by TrojanMindSC 22 months ago
Ok. This guy represents the definition of stupidity. He rips Oregon for playing a no name team and they are playing Hawaii. LMAO.
When will these schools learn that you just can't break the rules.
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.
Again...how many Pac-12 titles has USC won? Count again.
Only if you have the ncaa in your back pocket. We are so teflon
When will these schools learn HOW to break rules?
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