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Conquest Chronicles Links for 6/22 - Assessing the Damage of Bush/Mayo and other Pac-10 news

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Pretty busy day yesterday in the world of college football...

USC Football

Looking for the price tag on NCAA sanctions against USC's football and basketball programs - latimes.com
USC continues to haul in big numbers on the non-academic side but how have the athletic donations been affected. I think the jury is till out on it but I wouldn't be surprised if athletic donations and sponsorships start to decrease in the future.

Q+A with Joe Barry (Part 1) - The Orange County Register
Joe Barry found a large, framed photo of the Jan. 1, 1996, Rose Bowl in the bowels of Heritage Hall and promptly hung it on his office wall....

Eight more freshmen arrive on campus - ESPN Los Angeles
USC's 2011 recruiting class is starting to materialize more and more on campus. Nine players enrolled early and began taking classes in January.

Pac-10

Which Pac-10 school is most profitable? - The Orange County Register
Among the two major college sports, which is the most profitable school in the Pac-10? You’re not alone if Arizona was your fifth guess.

33 years of Pac-10 football history, records, bowls and championships - UAsports.net
Time to start a whole new book - We are less than two weeks away from the official start of the Pac-12. It will begin a time of increased excitement, exposure and prosperity for the conference.

UCLA football: Stanley Hasiak ineligible, will likely transfer - latimes.com
This kids playing career just can't get any traction - Stanley Hasiak’s on-again, off-again football career at UCLA has hit another bump. Hasiak, a highly recruited offensive lineman as a high school senior in 2009, is academically ineligible and is expected to transfer to a community college...

NCAA investigations

Oregon, Will Lyles, and the Slow Unraveling of a Scandal - Burnt Orange Nation
My friend Peter Bean has a pretty good take here - With Tuesday's news that the scouting reports the University of Oregon football program bought from Will Lyles were literally useless, the Ducks face a host of problems that look increasingly problematic.

Oregon releases more Will Lyles info -- and raises even more questions - Andy Staples
I would demand a refund! And how happy would Willie Lyles be to do that? - The University of Oregon's public records officer apologized for the omission. It turns out one booklet of outdated, possibly plagiarized information was not the only tangible product the Ducks' football program obtained for its $25,000 payment in March 2010 to Texas-based scouting service operator/alleged recruiting middleman Will Lyles.

Ducks' dated recruiting data: Honest mistake or mischief? - Dennis Dodd
Some are saying that Chip Kelly exploited a loop hole, must Ducks fans proud - Oregon claims the $25,000 it paid to Will Lyles was for recruiting information. Yet the data turns out to be woefully out of date, and Lyles is the mentor of a blue-chip Ducks signee. Dennis Dodd says things will get messier in Eugene.

Ohio St. scraps car sales probe after BMV, dealers reports - Dennis Dodd
tOSU is playing with fire here, you go ahead with the internal probe to show everything is on the up and up, the NCAA wants schools to put in the extra effort - Ohio State University on Tuesday dropped its review of car purchases by football players and family members after two separate investigations found dealerships made money on almost all of the sales.

Despite breathtaking NCAA allegations, UNC's Butch Davis may survive - Stewart Mandel
You watch, UNC will blame everything on Blake...who Butch Davis has know for 30 years - If you're an NCAA rules junkie, reading the Notice of Allegations handed down on North Carolina's football program Tuesday must be like unwrapping the latest iPhone.