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Discussion in 'Other Sports' started by Dee, Jul 2, 2015.
.. sitting pretty tight on that couch.
Hardly the picture to use for that point.
Harbaugh should bring his NFC Championship rings.
You know. A tier Meyer knows he couldn't ever step into.
Bye Ole Miss
Sources: NCAA formally charges Mississippi with rules violations - Yahoo Sports
"This past football season, Mississippi offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil – one of the highest-rated recruits in program history – sat out seven games for accepting impermissible benefits. Tunsil, according to an Ole Miss release, was found to have accepted “use of three separate loaner vehicles over a sixth-month period without payment, a four-month interest-free promissory note on a $3,000 down payment for purchasing a used vehicle, two nights of lodging at a local home, an airline ticket purchased by a friend of a teammate, and one day use of a rental vehicle."
Am I the only one that finds this a little ridiculous. I understand there must be rules in place against student athletes accepting gifts and other stuff but by the same token I feel like the punishment should fit the crime.
The NCAA drops the hammer on kids for the dumbest crap. Like Florida QB that took some over the counter drug of some sort.. it seemed like it was an honest mistake but they suspended that dude for a LONG time.
I just dont agree with it. I feel like the NCAA picks on student athletes over nothing because kids are easy targets and it makes the organization look like they are strong and in control..
... having more schools in the conference does help a bit.
ACC has the best NFL players. Hands down.
Now Jim Harbaugh is wrestling with recruits – CollegeFootballTalk
Harbaugh does realize he's not coaching at Penn State... right?
Keeps you guys talking and doing the recruiting for him though.
He knows he can win kids with that fun dad sh** while Urban is a cardboard cutout.
Give it a bit... Urban will start trying to do similar.
Which individual school had the most invites?
That'd be OSU.