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    Mayo forgiven by NCAA - Donates to Charity

    It's good to see that the NCAA is making consistent choices across all school and all players.

    ESPN - Mayo violates NCAA rule; makes donation to charity - Men's College Basketball

    What a joke... not even a game. For every time Mayo and these other guys get caught they don't get caught probably 10 times. The NCAA is a joke.



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    Re: Mayo forgiven by NCAA - Donates to Charity

    This is just pathetic. If you can read my sig picture, that explains how I feel about the Lucca case. This is pathetic, stupid, and blatant favoritism.



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    Re: Mayo forgiven by NCAA - Donates to Charity

    Yeah, Lucca never took anything, not even a couple of tickets, and he's gone for a year. So much for following the rules.


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    Re: Mayo forgiven by NCAA - Donates to Charity

    Quote Originally Posted by cybsmydog View Post
    This is just pathetic. If you can read my sig picture, that explains how I feel about the Lucca case. This is pathetic, stupid, and blatant favoritism.
    What does it say?



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    Re: Mayo forgiven by NCAA - Donates to Charity

    Imagine that. I am in complete shock.



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    Re: Mayo forgiven by NCAA - Donates to Charity

    I don't know why, but I saw nothing wrong here. They have been friends since he was in middle school.

    I thought I remembered about Seneca giving Lane and some others tickets when Seneca was a rookie and Lane and others were still at Iowa State.



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    Re: Mayo forgiven by NCAA - Donates to Charity

    I suppose this will be a tax write-off for Mayo's family. So the actual amount paid is less than the ticket value. Also, wonder if the $460 is face value or market value, if only face value then he still received and unfair advantage and a gift.



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    Re: Mayo forgiven by NCAA - Donates to Charity

    I don't think the NCAA likes the Cyclones.



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    Re: Mayo forgiven by NCAA - Donates to Charity

    Quote Originally Posted by Balls View Post
    What does it say?
    Revenue in the NCAA in 2004:$500,240,721
    Myles Brand's salary plus benefits: $870,185
    Screwing a totally innocent college athlete out of a year of eligibility: priceless
    There are some things that money can buy, for evey thing else, there's the NCAA.



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    Re: Mayo forgiven by NCAA - Donates to Charity

    Quote Originally Posted by cybsmydog View Post
    Revenue in the NCAA in 2004:$500,240,721
    Myles Brand's salary plus benefits: $870,185
    Screwing a totally innocent college athlete out of a year of eligibility: priceless
    There are some things that money can buy, for evey thing else, there's the NCAA.
    Did you email him the picture that you made?



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    Re: Mayo forgiven by NCAA - Donates to Charity

    Quote Originally Posted by redrocker View Post
    Did you email him the picture that you made?
    I didn't actually make it . I found it on facebook.



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    Re: Mayo forgiven by NCAA - Donates to Charity

    Melo and Mayo are friends, he shouldn't have even had to give the money to charity. It's pretty crappy that he couldn't even accept something from a friend...



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    Re: Mayo forgiven by NCAA - Donates to Charity

    weak.

    really weak.



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    Re: Mayo forgiven by NCAA - Donates to Charity

    Quote Originally Posted by tim_redd View Post
    I don't know why, but I saw nothing wrong here. They have been friends since he was in middle school.

    I thought I remembered about Seneca giving Lane and some others tickets when Seneca was a rookie and Lane and others were still at Iowa State.

    Keep that on the freaking DL....we'll lose 16 scholarships if the NCAA finds out.



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    Re: Mayo forgiven by NCAA - Donates to Charity

    NCAA - Not Consisistent / An Abomination

    The NCAA also wants Omaha to build a new stadium at $115M for the College World Series to replace Rosenblatt. They will not come out and say it - instead they choose to hide behind the Mayor Fahey's dress. They said they went hotels around the venue. They may move it to other cities like San Antonio, Orlando, Indianapolis.

    The NCAA is like some churches that we all know - it is about the amount money. Miles is well paid.


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