Discussion in 'Syracuse Basketball Board' started by Shark58, Apr 21, 2017 at 1:10 AM.
Louisville expects NCAA ruling in 6-8 weeks
what will the verdict be?
6 to 8 weeks means 6 to 8 months we'll get this verdict right around next seasons opener
They will be limited to only two hookers per recruit visit and they have to be 18 or older.
Who has to be 18 or older, the recruits or the hookers?
Just the hookers the NCAA doesn't want to hammer Lville to hard.
Louisville official visit
I was working with a client last week who is a big time Louisville booster. They are preparing for the worst and do not expect the NCAA to accept their proactive self-imposed penalties as being fully sufficient or commensurate with the violations.
The NCAA will vacate all of JB's wins while Pitino was his assistant.
Wish I could triple LIKE this one!
They'll be stripped of X scholarships.
Meanwhile UNC still goes about its business
Their day is coming. Their infractions hearing is coming up in August and the Infractions Committee is saying they won't delay it again.
AP Exclusive: SEC's Sankey refuses to step down in UNC case
Then to make sure everybody understand whos fault it is, vacate all of JB's wins over Pitino.
The Louisville outcome will be a harbinger of the Tar Heel outcome. Our best hope for return to power is if both of them are reduced to rubble. Bottom line is that our digressions did not give us a competitive advantage but the Ville had a significant recruiting advantage and NC, with its total disregard for academics, had a significant competitive advantage. I'm also curious about the arrangement that allowed NC athletes to take classes at another nearby school that was low caliber. Another highly irregular arrangement that they would justify on the same grounds - namely that any student could do it. It would be like enrolling Cuse athletes at the local CC. Why is this not another matter to be investigated? It conferred a significant competitive advantage.
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