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If the NCAA were to find that violations occurred before the sanctions were handed down in June...

If the NCAA were to find that violations occurred before the sanctions were handed down in June 2012, USC would not appear to be subject to "repeat violator" sanctions. Speaking generally, "for a school to be considered a repeat violator, at least one major violation must have occurred within five years after the penalty for the previous case," Osburn said. NCAA looking in Joe McKnight and Davon Jefferson allegations - LA Times I think it is a bit early yet for these proclamations with the investigation barely underway...
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LA Times story (McKnight/Jefferson) on Scott Schenter is deceptively written!

LA Times intentionally and willfully chooses to ignore the fact that Scott Schenter is a U W Husky and was willfully trying to frame USC.

Kiffin on McKnight Allegations - "not even registering with us"

The McKnight Allegations will not be a distraction to the USC football program

Former USC Athletes Joe McKnight and Davon Jefferson Allegedly Receive Impermissible Benefits

Another possible impermissible scandal brewing at USC

Gregg Doyel has some thoughts on Oregon and the NCAA

Doyel is an equal opportunity bomb thrower. He makes some interesting points here, you be the judge.

Oregon hears from the NCAA...Is repeat offender status in play?

The University of Oregon heard from the NCAA last week on the Willie Lyles situation. The rest of us heard about it in a typical Friday afternoon document dump. Bad news travels fast... I highly...

Oregon receives NCAA letter of inquiry

We'll see where this goes...

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...

The NCAA suspends 8 Miami players

This is only the beginning... If nothing else the NCAA naming Nevin Shapiro in an official report signifies that they believe infractions took place. Eight University of Miami football...

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