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I believe it was two years ago Oregon was flat out busted for paying recruits out of Texas. The NCAA has precedent in cases like this, loss of scholarships, and post season ban.
How long does it take Emmert & Co to do their job 6,7 years like U$C, or will they start a new precedent and do nothing at all because Phil Knight has them on the his payroll?
Won't happen as long as Oregon has a shot to reach the BCSCG. So look for some sort of slap on the wrist to be announced in late January or February.
This post was edited by MrWoodson on 10/30/2012 at 12:10 PM
How long does it take for Nike $$$ to run out? Take into consideration the surplus Uncle Phil has now considering he stopped covering for Lance....
I guess the NCAA will put the hammer down on the U seeing as they aren't very good. Oregon however, is playing well with it's pay for play gang and the NCAA runs with let's hope everybody forgets about it, and only get around to it when absolutely necessary.
To protect college football as a whole the NCAA, hopefully, will just concentrate it's efforts on shit conference's like the Big 10 and ACC.
Or they could have done like they did with Cam Newton have a 20 minute investigation declare "nothing to see here folks" and slink away.
The longer the investigation usually means the bigger the hit.
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