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the808bass
Louisville Fan
The Lou
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re: NCAA Committee on Infractions
It would be, in my opinion, like a professor reporting a cheating TA and students to the Provost and getting his pay docked.


momentoftruth87
Arkansas Fan
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re: NCAA Committee on Infractions
I know I've trolled tonight and I apologise, but I expect it from all of you when it's our turn


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reedus23
St. Louis
Member since Sep 2011
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re: NCAA Committee on Infractions
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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.



Nope. I get it. Like I told my son. Everyone speeds. Only the ones that get caught get punished. We got caught, granted because of a POS human being. Now say the punishment is too tough and I'd agree. No need to give a 2 year prison term for going 12 over.

So yeah, angry about the crazy arse chick and angry with the NCAA for being so corrupt.

I have just as much anger for the dumb sons of bitches who thought this crackhead was fit to be a tutor and allowed her anywhere near any student, much less athletes.

I also have just as much anger at the athletes for being dumb, lazy pieces of shite for not simply taking classes.


the808bass
Louisville Fan
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re: NCAA Committee on Infractions
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I have just as much anger for the dumb sons of bitches who thought this crackhead was fit to be a tutor and allowed her anywhere near any student, much less athletes.


Any supervisor who evaluated her as fit for continued employment should probably be let go.


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reedus23
St. Louis
Member since Sep 2011
24603 posts

re: NCAA Committee on Infractions
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It would be, in my opinion, like a professor reporting a cheating TA and students to the Provost and getting his pay docked.



I get and agree with the punishment don't fit the crime angle.

I don't get the everyone else is doing it so it's ok angle.

I also don't get the this is all the crazy POS tutors fault without lumping the players in with her.

All not a big deal. End of the day, no way the punishment fits.


MIZ58
Missouri Fan
KCMO
Member since Dec 2015
269 posts

re: NCAA Committee on Infractions
Agree with Reedus...another black eye for MIZ...the fact that it happened speaks to the overall ineptitude in all things Mizzou. As all of this was ongoing, MIZ sought and received 10's of millions of dollars in donations for SEZ project, we recruited countless student athlete I'm sure with no mention of pending NCAA investigations...this is an embarrassment to Mizzou. Go back to the day when we had people like Norm, people with sack to speak out...hell Cuonzo can't even put a little heat on refs during a game. Sterk needs to step up BIG time here...and I mean both ways, call out the not only the NCAA, but also relieve anyone and everyone remotely connected to this within the university (what we did not do during the strike)...but more than likely just a matter of time before he jumps ship elsewhere.


MIZ58
Missouri Fan
KCMO
Member since Dec 2015
269 posts

re: NCAA Committee on Infractions
Athletic Director should not be a politician...grow some balls and fight for your department and your university.


McMillan
Missouri Fan
Member since Jul 2018
742 posts

re: NCAA Committee on Infractions
I hope I live to see the day when the state and federal govt's put the NCAA out of business.


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Mizsioux
Missouri Fan
Member since Feb 2017
224 posts

re: NCAA Committee on Infractions
Dude I wasn’t even alive hardly but I know norm had a whole season vacated no he was no saint it’s not as black and white as you want to make it. I think everyone associated with the university thought this was nothing and why wouldn’t they? The NCAA literally did nothing to a school with 18 years of academic fraud.


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MizzouBS
Missouri Fan
Missouri
Member since Dec 2014
4168 posts

re: NCAA Committee on Infractions
Reedus what the problem people have with the tutor is she new the rules. She had been a tutor for a few years and was bad at her job. Kumar was confronted and told if you don’t start helping these students pass you will be fired. Instead of actually helping them she started doing their work to keep her job.

Yes the athletes cheated, but how I understand it is she was the one who pushed them to cheat instead of doing her job.

Yes the athletes and teams should be punished.

It’s not just Mizzou fans that believe the punishment is to harsh. It’s everyone that has read or heard about the story.

The only reason I think we have a chance at the appeals process is the SEC is standing behind Mizzou. Help from the SEC should make a huge difference.


McMillan
Missouri Fan
Member since Jul 2018
742 posts

re: NCAA Committee on Infractions
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It’s not just Mizzou fans that believe the punishment is to harsh. It’s everyone that has read or heard about the story.


Well, except for Billikens fans.


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reedus23
St. Louis
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re: NCAA Committee on Infractions
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Reedus what the problem people have with the tutor is she new the rules. She had been a tutor for a few years and was bad at her job. Kumar was confronted and told if you don’t start helping these students pass you will be fired. Instead of actually helping them she started doing their work to keep her job.


Oh don't get me wrong. I have a huge problem with her, not just in regards to this incident but as a person in general. All of the anger directed to her is well justified. I'm just a bit surprised that I don't see the same anger being aimed at the players. Hell, they're more at fault than her. She could have offered or tried and they still could have refused.

An I've always agreed that the punishment does not fit the crime.


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