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External Review Of NCAA’s Shapiro Investigation Due Friday.
Reduction of interns, assigned parking spaces, complimentary tickets, couple years probation, and a show cause for Emmert?
The NCAA is expected to release the final report from an external review of the enforcement division prompted by improper gathering of evidence in the investigation into the University of Miami and its ties to disgraced former booster Nevin Shapiro. News, Sports, Weather, Traffic and Miamis Best
Yep the money over everything else culture must change.
They just fired the VP for enforcement.
No vacations for 3 years. Wage reductions for 5.
Three W's In My Life: Ward, Weinke, and Winston
I googled info about the VP, and it says that the report is being released today at 2:00.
They have to hang photos of Paul Dee everywhere and stare at him infinitely....
This post was edited by BBucksorBeGone8 14 months ago
It's just a huge CULTURE issue. From the ground up, they have a CULTURE problem that needs to be addressed. CULTURE change is slow and cannot happen overnight. I suggest that the NCAA should look to add an ethics officer like senator Mitchell to help them change their deplorable CULTURE.
My guess is they say one rogue employee, now terminated. They throw out 5% of the evidence. And the NCAA once again claims they are a shining beacon of integrity.
Deleted. Just saved the world from a dumb post.
This post was edited by buckperry 14 months ago
I am a Buckeye...proof there is a God in Heaven who loves me.
Doesn't even make sense, on any level.
After review I have to agree. Just going to delete and leave in shame.
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