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The NCAA would tell you it’s pointless to compare the cases, because no two are alike. Yet, in its...

The NCAA would tell you it’s pointless to compare the cases, because no two are alike. Yet, in its infractions report released Tuesday, the NCAA did that very thing. In discussing the rationale for penalizing Boise State for providing housing and transportation to incoming student-athletes before they enrolled so they could participate in summer workouts, the NCAA cited a 2007 case involving West Virginia and a 2006 case involving Kansas. So, apparently, case precedent is applicable when it’s convenient for the NCAA – but means absolutely nothing when appealing a ruling. Great system, eh? Boise State case latest example of NCAA hypocrisy - The Orange County Register So much for the Apples and Oranges theory...
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