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Response Thread: Most recent probations

OH shite JIMMIES RUSTLED

MSU 2014
South Carolina 2014
Tennessee 2014
Arkansas 2012
Alabama 2011
LSU 2011
Kentucky 2004
UGA 1998
Ole Miss 1998
Texas A&M 1998
Auburn 1995
Florida 1992
Missouri Never
Vanderbilt Never
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VermilionTiger
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re: Response Thread: Most recent probations
Why won't you post the most probations?


RockyMtnTigerWDE
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re: Response Thread: Most recent probations
Start your own thread son.


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TTsTowel
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re: Response Thread: Most recent probations
Interdasting...


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beaver
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re: Response Thread: Most recent probations
Because I don't believe what happened in the years following WWII are relevant


EC Reb
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re: Response Thread: Most recent probations
MSU is currently on probation


diddydirtyAubie
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re: Response Thread: Most recent probations
so we're due?


beaver
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re: Response Thread: Most recent probations
Are they? I just noticed my source most recently updated Dec 30, 2012...will update OP


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Old Hellen Yeller
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re: Response Thread: Most recent probations
This conference is full of cheaters imho


AU4real35
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re: Response Thread: Most recent probations
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so we're due?


Hope not, but anything's possible with the bagman still on the loose.


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LSUFOREVERAMEN
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re: Response Thread: Most recent probations
I notice no correlation between cheating and success. The 4 worst programs in the conference are all over the place (top, middle, and bottom).


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Korin
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OH shite JIMMIES RUSTLED

MSU 2014
South Carolina 2014
Tennessee 2014
Arkansas 2012
Alabama 2011
LSU 2011
Kentucky 2004
UGA 1998
Ole Miss 1998
Texas A&M 1998
Auburn 1995
Florida 1992
Missouri Never
Vanderbilt Never


Big Four.


theGarnetWay
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re: Response Thread: Most recent probations
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South Carolina 2014


FWIW this was a slap on the wrist 2 years ago and ends this year.


LSUFOREVERAMEN
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re: Response Thread: Most recent probations
Just curious, when and what was Auburn's first NCAA probation about specifically?


bgator85
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re: Response Thread: Most recent probations
Are you sure about UF, I thought the last year of probation was 1990?
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beaver
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re: Response Thread: Most recent probations
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when


1950s

quote:

what


You'd have to ask a Bama fan...they're the ones that dig that deep


LSUFOREVERAMEN
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re: Response Thread: Most recent probations
I always think that probations that occurred in the 1950s must have been very, very bad for the NCAA to get involved.

No doubt, probably every major program was cheating back then. And without the national media that we have now, a lot of infractions went unnoticed.


beaver
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Just googled...found:

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You see, for decades, the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) did not particularly pay attention to whether teams were running "clean" programs (as in not paying their players). A 1929 Carnegie Foundation investigation over a number of years revealed just 28 "clean" programs of the 112 universities that they visited.


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In fact, the NCAA did not even have an enforcement division until 1952!


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In 1956, an assistant coach was found to have paid two high school recruits (twin brothers) $500 as an enticement to come to Auburn.


GooseSix
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re: Response Thread: Most recent probations
Lol...MOST....


beaver
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re: Response Thread: Most recent probations
What is funny? Most is an adjective. Recent is an adjective. Probation is a noun...


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