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Eric15

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#7
"Yahoo Sports reported in February that documents obtained by the feds from ASM Sports, the agency that employed Dawkins, showed that Dawkins allegedly paid $14,303 to former Maryland player Diamond Stone."

Come on, if your name is Diamond Stone of course you're getting paid.
 

Toga

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"Yahoo Sports reported in February that documents obtained by the feds from ASM Sports, the agency that employed Dawkins, showed that Dawkins allegedly paid $14,303 to former Maryland player Diamond Stone."

Come on, if your name is Diamond Stone of course you're getting paid.
For the sake of clarity, I'm sure he got his cut.
 

Janner

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Has the NCAA done anything about any of the previous findings at the other schools yet ('Zona, Miami, etc)? Are any schools even being investigated at this time?
 

nzm136

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Has the NCAA done anything about any of the previous findings at the other schools yet ('Zona, Miami, etc)? Are any schools even being investigated at this time?
The NCAA prefers to spend its time dreaming up punishments for Syracuse, and not stopping schools like Kansas, Kentucky, UNC, Miami, etc. from cheating.
 

Hoo's That

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Has the NCAA done anything about any of the previous findings at the other schools yet ('Zona, Miami, etc)? Are any schools even being investigated at this time?
They are not being investigated yet because the FBI hasn't turned over anything to the NCAA. While many will view anyting short of the death penalty "a slap on the wrist", it will be very hard for these teams to get away from punishment. I see loss of scholarships and post-season bans on the horizon. However, I will admit I was a Pollyanna and thought UNC would get whacked hard.
 


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