NC State’s Director of Compliance asked a student Thursday to shutter his ‘John Wall to State’ group on Facebook.Â Michelle Lee, the Interim AD for Compliance, feared that the appeal violated NCAA recruiting rule 13.02.13: From the front page of today’s News & Observer: Thursday morning, N.C. State asked Taylor Moseley, a freshman, to shut […]
“Quite frankly, we bring in $12 million to the university, nothing to do with state funds,” UConn Head Coach Jim Calhoun shouted at a reporter back in February, when he was asked about being the high paid employee of the Commonwealth of Connecticut. “We make $12 million a year for this university. Get some facts […]
The 73 team made the list and so did “I know Basketball”.
The Biggest Penalty Will Be Paid Personally By Bobby Bowden Fellow ACC Atlantic Division member Florida State has been placed on four years probation by the NCAA: ESPN The Florida State football team will vacate an undetermined number of wins, serve four years’ probation, and face a reduction in scholarships and other penalties due to […]
In the multi-billion dollar business that is college basketball, high stakes games are played between college programs looking for success, players looking to play their way into the NBA gold mine, and hangers-on looking to latch onto the next big thing so that they too can line their pockets.Â Â Thing is, few fans are truly […]
— Defensive coordinator Vic Koenning (Clemson) raised some eyebrows when asked a general question about Alabama receiver Julio Jones. Koenning has a lot of ties in south Alabama, and that’s where Jones is from. Koenning’s response: “I actually ran into Julio in the spring recruiting. I said hello to him. I said, ‘Well, I guess […]
In a just world, USC basketball would have something in common with SMU football in the near future. The death penalty. It’s not going to happen, because NCAA bylaws don’t work that way. And besides, they’re not likely to ever again disband a program for a year after the smoking crater it left at SMU. […]
Once again, the darlings in Chapel Hill get a pass. Per the N&O: UNC-Chapel Hill will not face sanctions over a pickup game Tuesday. The men’s basketball team played with Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama in violation of a rule that coaches are not allowed to watch pickup games during the offseason. Division I basketball […]