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Discussion in 'Big XII Conference' started by CloneGuy8, Jun 5, 2020.
Time to hire Cunningham’s brother away from OSU
The NCAA is taking care of KU by hammering OK St.
They weren't going to be in the tournament anyway. So really, no punishment. I can't find any details on this anywhere? Has it not been officially released yet?
Yet nothing for Kansas.
Still a joke.
The proceedings are in different places.
Take THAT Kansas!
Just a stupid ass punishment by the NCAA per usual. They are trying to look tough but are really just overreaching. OSU was dumb to cooperate. NCAA has shown if you cooperate you get hit harder than if you fight it.
They had one assistant coach trying to steer guys to a financial manager or agent. It had no effect on the games. Punish the coach, not the kids on the team.
"The NCAA is so mad at Kentucky they are going to give Cleveland State the death penalty"
Well, based on numbers of violations, this is my expectation now for Kansas:
-5 year postseason ban
-10 year show-cause for all KU coaches.
-15 year probation
-reduction of 15 scholarships for the next two seasons
hahahahahahahahaha **** KU
Woah. And KU will get a slap on the wrist
So what are the penalties for Brad Underwood?
I'm sorry, but the AD at OSU hired this guy. As a coach, he was representing OSU Athletics and their basketball program The school must be punished. They're ******* cheating. The student athletes are more than welcome to transfer out. If you decide to play for a cheating program, you are lumped in with them. Sucks, but has to be done. Just wish the NCAA can act more swiftly than having a process that takes 3 freaking years to impose penalties.
Hoping that KU burns soon.
JFC you can't make this stuff up!