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JHL6719
02-26-2012, 12:32 AM
Basically acknowledge "Failure to Monitor"....

http://espn.go.com/college-football/story/_/id/7613030/oregon-ducks-acknowledge-ncaa-recruiting-violations

SickwithIt1010
02-26-2012, 01:12 AM
Here comes another little slap on the wrist.

JHL6719
02-26-2012, 01:45 AM
Yeah, Oregon better watch out or the NCAA might have to strip 'em of half a dozen or so gimmicky uniform combinations.

JoeJoeBrown
02-26-2012, 02:13 AM
Basically acknowledge "Failure to Monitor"....

http://espn.go.com/college-football/story/_/id/7613030/oregon-ducks-acknowledge-ncaa-recruiting-violations

Not that it will happen, but Kelly should lose his job and the ad should get a
FTM charge. Suspended scholarships and a bowl ban. Close to what OSU got.

Paying to get players is pretty much what happened and that's about as bad as you can get with the NCAA.

JHL6719
02-26-2012, 02:21 AM
Not that it will happen, but Kelly should lose his job and the ad should get a
FTM charge. Suspended scholarships and a bowl ban. Close to what OSU got.

Paying to get players is pretty much what happened and that's about as bad as you can get with the NCAA.



Absolutely.... I think Chip Kelly knew this was coming and probably why he flirted with the NFL.


Oregon has already admitted to Failure to Monitor, but it's clear that this issue extended from 2008 to 2011... that's essentially part or all of 4 years.

I have no explanation for how or why "Failure to Monitor" for that long doesn't translate into Lack of Institutional Control.

benchod
02-26-2012, 10:27 AM
I have no explanation for how or why "Failure to Monitor" for that long doesn't translate into Lack of Institutional Control.

Nobody does. The NCAA makes it up as it goes.

StickSkills
02-27-2012, 01:34 PM
The simple fact that they're a big time school and they're cooperating means that they won't get much of anything.

JoeJoeBrown
02-27-2012, 01:47 PM
The simple fact that they're a big time school and they're cooperating means that they won't get much of anything.

Who knows at this point. The NCAA broke precedent in giving OSU a bowl ban due to FTM.

Let's see if they stick to their guns on Oregon. This is oodles worse than OSU, IMO. The HC paid for players.

Brent
02-28-2012, 05:43 AM
Who knows at this point. The NCAA broke precedent in giving OSU a bowl ban due to FTM.
the NCAA might have also been making an example of OSU.

JoeJoeBrown
02-28-2012, 10:03 AM
the NCAA might have also been making an example of OSU.

Agree. They set a new precedent and OSU was the perfect team to do so with.

Hopefully they stay consistent with Oregon.

iowatreat54
03-20-2012, 09:38 AM
Agree. They set a new precedent and OSU was the perfect team to do so with.

Hopefully they stay consistent with Oregon.

To be fair, a large part of why OSU was made an example of was because it took the NCAA snooping around before they actually did anything. It wasn't like out of nowhere OSU came out and said, "Hey, we had these minor problems and just found out about them, but just wanted to let you guys know."

That said, the NCAA sucks at enforcing punishments in any type of consistent basis. The whole "Failure to Monitor" reason is a joke and should just be done away with.