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    NFL: Re: Breaking News in Deflategate

    What will probably happen is that the next CBA will be 100,000 pages long, and every permitted and forbidden action in the player discipline process will be defined in painful detail. My wife is a...
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    Re: PODCAST: From Jamie Pollard's office

    Good interview!

    Very interesting stuff from the Big 12 expansion discussion. In particular, it seems that (maybe at least some of) the Big 12 presidents and ADs care about the other sports beyond...
  3. Re: FLORIDA REJECTED BAYLOR TRANSFER FROM BYU, BRILES IS A LIAR

    How frequently does this actually happen...where the NCAA has absolutely no clue that a violation is going on apart from the sole information obtained by a press-filed FOIA? Seriously, because I...
  4. Re: FLORIDA REJECTED BAYLOR TRANSFER FROM BYU, BRILES IS A LIAR

    I tried to explain this once, but...
  5. Re: FLORIDA REJECTED BAYLOR TRANSFER FROM BYU, BRILES IS A LIAR

    Yeah, everything is hunky-dory at Vanderbilt...

    http://www.tennessean.com/story/sports/college/vanderbilt/2015/01/22/vanderbilt-rape-trial-possible-ncaa-violation/22196973/
  6. Re: FLORIDA REJECTED BAYLOR TRANSFER FROM BYU, BRILES IS A LIAR

    Vanderbilt is in Tennessee...you know...the state where the guy who the Fulmer cup is named after used to coach...
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    Re: Kids playing football

    Movies == fantasy

    Contact football == A real thing that many people take part in.



    If you feel so strongly that you will not let your kid play football because you fear it is so dangerous...
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    Re: Kids playing football

    No, it's not really anything at all like that...unless there are actually Hobbit leagues that your kid can take part in, or hundreds of thousands of people heading out to stadiums every Saturday and...
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    Re: Kids playing football

    It seems like such a position would be rather confusing for a kid. On the one hand, the parent tells the kid that football is so dangerous that he can't play it. On the other hand, the parent...
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    Re: Baker Mayfield wins the QB job at OU

    Speaking of fear...two year ago I went to the game at BU. Last year I went to the game at TCU.

    I would have liked to go to OU this year, but the timing worked out for...BU again...Fear it is...
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    Poll: Re: Is Briles gone due to rape coverup?

    Petersen and Briles have made what certainly appear to be directly contradictory statements about the nature of their conversations. One of them is lying. Some previous posters in these threads have...
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    Re: Expose on Baylor covering up rape by players

    Well, if he is a BU grad, he isn't doing BU any favors, because one assured way to increase outrage and publicity is to give somebody involved in a scandal a light jail sentence...
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    Re: Expose on Baylor covering up rape by players

    From the document I quoted earlier...



    So, for your example above, if the investigation revolved around impermissible calls, and doubt as to whether the institution is reporting them properly,...
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    Re: Expose on Baylor covering up rape by players

    Of course there would be incentive. Somebody with a grudge, or a conscience, could report the private school, and the school would be punished more severely for not self-reporting.

    The threat...
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    Re: Expose on Baylor covering up rape by players

    How is this any different than public schools that get punished by the NCAA? The NCAA can't do anything to any member organization unless somebody reports a problem, or they find a problem in the...
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    Re: Expose on Baylor covering up rape by players

    You cut to the chase nicely. For BU, this is the heart of the matter...
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    Re: Expose on Baylor covering up rape by players

    It seems BU could have been more accommodating to the victim in helping to prevent contact in classes and tutoring sessions. There is the issue of the victim's scholarship being reduced. Was that...
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    Re: $20M to change college name

    She's got a big ego and the money to finance it.

    After they change the college name to add Joan's name, I'd love to see a Warren Buffet like dude give them about $100 Million to take it back out...
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    Re: Expose on Baylor covering up rape by players

    Strictly in the context of an NCAA investigation, what advantage does this give to private schools? Have you read the NCAA bylaws about what kind of evidence can be used, and how evidence is to be...
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    Re: PODCAST: Ben Bruns on the 2015 season

    This is a good point. In any case FOIA or any other kind of "freedom of information" laws aren't really relevant.

    Bruns' statement about Baylor/Briles in the context of their recent FB success:
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