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SemperFi
Missouri Fan
St Louis
Member since Nov 2015
810 posts

re: NCAA Committee on Infractions
Help me out here.... I just don't see how the big name programs do far worst and get next to nothing. Hell wasn't KU involved in and FBI investigation recently? Last check they are still sanction free.

I know the world isn't fair... But damn.


MIZ_COU
Missouri Fan
I'm right here
Member since Oct 2013
12123 posts

re: NCAA Committee on Infractions
They don't admit anything.

Missouri goes out of their way to go 'hey, we bad'


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JesusQuintana
Missouri Fan
St Louis
Member since Oct 2013
23525 posts

re: NCAA Committee on Infractions
The NCAA has no credibility whatsoever. The only thing we have going for us is that the national media is 100% in our corner.

Looks like KB will stay also.


Arksulli
Arkansas Fan
Fayetteville
Member since Aug 2014
16344 posts

re: NCAA Committee on Infractions
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What's the word here...why do I feel like MIZ gonna get burned on this?




This was horse shite. After slapping a few programs on the wrist for far worse violations the NCAA decided it needed to make an example of someone is my guess.

They put the weenie to you.


McMillan
Missouri Fan
Member since Jul 2018
943 posts

re: NCAA Committee on Infractions
There could be some hope:

LINK


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navynuke
Missouri Fan
Member since Jun 2016
3634 posts
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re: NCAA Committee on Infractions
The ncaa's vice president of enforcement is a fricking Kansas grad.


Mizzou Mule
Missouri Fan
St. Charles County, Missou-rah
Member since Sep 2014
2273 posts

re: NCAA Committee on Infractions
I fully expect Harvey Weinstein to be the next ncaa president at this point.

1. One school has fake classes, admits it in their initial findings then the ncaa said they made a typo. Then goes on to lie about it.

2. Other school finds stuff against their standards, reports it, self-inflicts penalties and gets the hammer.

3. Anything happened to MSU or the adidas schools yet? Will anything happen? No.


JesusQuintana
Missouri Fan
St Louis
Member since Oct 2013
23525 posts

re: NCAA Committee on Infractions
Sterk “We expect to win the appeal”


McMillan
Missouri Fan
Member since Jul 2018
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Athos
North Carolina Fan
Member since Sep 2016
2897 posts

re: NCAA Committee on Infractions
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Sterk found his balls: LINK


Previous ADs would certainly have rolled over like a gutted fish.

But as a UNC fan as well.... yea. I feel the hypocrisy. Truth is, while I think much of that was overplayed (non-athlete students were taking the classes as well) the NCAA usually defers to true blue blood big name money makers if you’re good at BB or FB.

Not sure why Mizzou is getting rolled because of a pathological liar.


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reedus23
St. Louis
Member since Sep 2011
24685 posts

re: NCAA Committee on Infractions
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It is. Once again, a SJW fricks things up for us.



I find this take interesting. Blame the so called SJW but not the dumb arse players that had someone else taking their tests for them so they could pass. Just shaking my head.

I try to picture if it was my kid having someone take his tests. I find out and I tell him he hasn't done anything wrong.


KCM0Tiger
Missouri Fan
Kansas City, Missouri
Member since Nov 2011
11150 posts

re: NCAA Committee on Infractions
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I honestly don’t think the appeal will be successful. We admitted to level 1 violations. These are the penalties. Now, who knows with the NCAA but it seems pretty cut and dry.

In reality, we fricked this up. Should have lawyered up from the start. Not cooperated with anything, and made no comments or handed over any documentation to the NCAA whatsoever.

Another case where we simply can’t get out of our own way.


This is what has ALWAYS frustrated me the most with Mizzou. We refuse to "play the game" the way most schools do. We always play everything by the book and follow all the rules, and where does that get us? Even in the instance "we" don't follow the rules, we immediately sacrifice ourselves by committing virtual seppuku (cooperating with the NCAA).

Mizzou has absolutely ZERO "street smarts" when it comes to anything.


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reedus23
St. Louis
Member since Sep 2011
24685 posts

re: NCAA Committee on Infractions
From reading all the posts, I feel I'm missing part of the story and will admit, I haven't read any news accounts about it yet.

We did have players that had a tutor take tests for them, right?

That is against not just NCAA rules but I'm sure not permitted in general at Mizzou, right?

So, while the school and athletic department might not have had actual knowledge that all this cheating was going on, they did confirm themselves that it was going on?

From some of the comments, it seems that the belief is that nothing wrong was done. Maybe I'm misreading the posts or missing something.

If the upset is about the level of punishment in relation to punishments handed out to other schools, then I get it. But some of the posts make it seem like nothing wrong went down.


JesusQuintana
Missouri Fan
St Louis
Member since Oct 2013
23525 posts

re: NCAA Committee on Infractions
I haven’t seen anyone say we didn’t do anything wrong. Although, I’d imagine this happens everywhere.

I think the point is, school officials didn’t know this was going on. When they found out, they reported it and fully cooperated with the investigation and we still got absolutely hammered.


momentoftruth87
Arkansas Fan
Member since Oct 2013
27559 posts
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re: NCAA Committee on Infractions
Y'all seen this crazy bitch on Twitter? I'd be a tad bit more concerned


KCM0Tiger
Missouri Fan
Kansas City, Missouri
Member since Nov 2011
11150 posts

re: NCAA Committee on Infractions
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Y'all seen this crazy bitch on Twitter? I'd be a tad bit more concerned



Why? Nobody has argued what she claims didn't happen. The argument is that we had no control over it and we are being overly punished for something we didn't know about.

Not to mention her credibility is almost zero when you dig into her past.


JesusQuintana
Missouri Fan
St Louis
Member since Oct 2013
23525 posts

re: NCAA Committee on Infractions
Why?

The NCAA knows all of this already. Mizzou doesn’t deny it happened. The investigation is already concluded. It’s literally meaningless except for her further burying herself.


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seaniec04
Missouri Fan
St Louis, MO
Member since Jan 2014
595 posts

re: NCAA Committee on Infractions
Problem being that this type of stuff goes on at EVERY school high school and college in the country. This chick had it out for MIzzou and clearly has some issues of her own. It’s just so so absurd the punishment for what happened. If you think tutors aren’t helping with online classes at every school in America get real. It’s not an athletic problem either. Although I’m sure athletes take advantage of it more than others. It’s also the fact that this happened 4 years ago. Great timing, while the Top 25 in basketball should all be ineligible. It’s a joke, sorry that’s tough for u to see.


reedus23
St. Louis
Member since Sep 2011
24685 posts

re: NCAA Committee on Infractions
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I haven’t seen anyone say we didn’t do anything wrong. Although, I’d imagine this happens everywhere.

I think the point is, school officials didn’t know this was going on. When they found out, they reported it and fully cooperated with the investigation and we still got absolutely hammered.


Ok. I was probably reading it wrong.


reedus23
St. Louis
Member since Sep 2011
24685 posts

re: NCAA Committee on Infractions
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Y'all seen this crazy bitch on Twitter? I'd be a tad bit more concerned



She's a nutcase.

She turned herself in along with the University, then started a GoFundMe account crying for money because her turning herself in ruined her life. Absolutely sick individual.


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