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May 31, 2013

When $60 million is involved in a punitive sanction against an institution, one might think the resulting anxiety would be over the cash....

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Jun-01-13 3:32 AM

The NCAA sanction was a cash grab. What does the NCAA know about child abuse? Moreover, after they fatten the pockets of their administrators, how much of the 60 large will actually go to providing service to children?

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May-31-13 12:39 PM

It might be instructive to read Eileen Morgan's scathing indictment of Louis Freeh and the results of his investigations for pay over the years. I for one will wait for the trials and lawsuits. Much of Freeh's case was based on conjecture and assumption and would never stand up in a court of law. The NCAA rushed to judgment because their own reputation has been in the garbage for years and is getting worse by the day. All the parties may be completely guilty but Freeh's investigation results don't come anywhere near to closing the book.

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May-31-13 10:44 AM

I think it's a shame that the current players have to suffer for the actions of some prior administrators. Just like when you punish your children, the consequences should be relevant to the offense and applied to the offenders.

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May-31-13 8:35 AM

Perhaps the family is right. Wonder if they would be happier if all the sanctions were reversed and the NCAA simply killed the football program altogether for 10 years.

At least the halo and statue would be back.

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