Okie State Hires Brother of #2 Recruit in the Country...

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  1. mj4cy

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    Saw this early this morning, Boyton is trying to save his job by any means necessary.
     
  3. KKramer

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    This is commonplace in college basketball.
     
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  4. mj4cy

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    Yep...Danny Manning back in the 80s at KU was one of the first I recall.
     
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  5. Messi

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    I love how this is legal in the eyes of the ncaa but players can’t have YouTube channels that make money
     
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  6. SCyclone

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    Beat me to it. I was going to say that this is an old Kansas ploy.

    And then I was reminded of Larry Brown's tearful statement after winning the national championship with Danny and the juniors: "I'll never leave Kansas!"
     
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    It's not like OSU basketball has a reputation to protect at this point.
     
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  8. mj4cy

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    It's shady as heck, but how can you really prove anything or stop it?
     
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    The guy being blatantly under-qualified compared to other applicants/peers in similar positions?
     
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    It's just going to make kicking their ass over the next few years that much more enjoyable.
     
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  11. Clonefan32

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    Meh-- one of your big jobs is to recruit players, and if you can recruit the #2 player in the nation that certainly helps your qualifications.
     
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    But dont pay the player, that's bad.
     
  13. Cyclone.TV

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    This should go directly to that other thread. People don’t want to pay kids but somehow they are getting paid already - and no one does anything about it.
     
  14. mj4cy

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    I agree with you, but that's such a grey area. A lawyer could start listing situations where someone took a chance on an under qualified candidate and the candidate succeeded.
     
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    Agreed. How could the NCAA possibly be more corrupt than it already is?
     
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  17. mj4cy

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    You mean letting coaches come and go for millions and millions while players have to go through the ringer to simply switch isn't fair?
     
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    THIS. And once again we are reminded of the blatant hypocrisy that is the NCAA. o_O
     
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    I had a baseball coach who used to say that all the time.
     
  20. jbindm

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    It's defensible. 26 years old, former player at SMU, a year of experience working for an established coach...I mean, it's obvious what they're doing but at least they can make a semi-plausible argument that he's qualified. At least he was working in the field and they didn't pull him out of an Arby's or something.
     

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