Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by dply, Aug 31, 2010.
Good. A year off will give him more time to think.
Yes you certainly have..
Man, I did not see that one coming. Such an upstanding kid.
Eat a dick Houston Nutt.
Masoli won his appeal
That was the right decision. He shouldn't have been denied in the first place. Masoli graduated and then transferred to a school that has a graduate program his old school didn't, and he enrolled in that program. By rule, he is supposed to be eligible without having to sit out a transfer year. It's bull**** that the NCAA even leaves a case like this up for review. Even worse that the initial ruling was that a disciplinary suspension from a coach at the old school should have some bearing on the player's eligibility at a new school.
Flippin' NCAA. At least they got it right in the end.
Now that would be fitting....the NCAA deserves to get it right in the end.
Okay, devil's advocate time. It's been reported that JM enrolled in grad courses for Miss. Parks & Recreation (obviously not offered at duck U), after he had been suspended. Apparently, the No Credibility At All rule indicates that if a player tries to transfer just to circumvent ineligibility/suspension, that they can be made to sit out one year.
So, it appears that the gestapo actually may have had something on JM. The really funny part about all this is that they couldn't actually enforce their own rule. At least it appears they couldn't prove the allegations.
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