Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by Buffnik, Aug 2, 2014.
Based on our past experience the icing thing should be good for a couple years of probation. Oh, this is the SEC. The cookies were made out of $20.00 bills and since it was self-reported the NCAA will leave it up to the school to self-impose sanctions.
This is the kind of stuff that drives you nuts about the NCAA. On one hand you have thousands of dollars going to "scouts" who know kids and coaches, you have programs that wouldn't know how to not cheat, you see programs hire certain coaches who have multiple prior cheating incidents at multiple schools. Somehow these programs never get more than a slap on the wrist.
On the other side you get a walk-on kid who never plays anything but blow-out time or a RS freshman who comes in with no winter coat and the NCAA is all over it like white on rice.
I wonder if we ever move to a division or even an entirely different organization with the major conference schools if we don't see a less ridiculous rule book that is easier to understand and also have some legitimate investigation and enforcement authority and resources.
I am sure SC 's penalty will be harsh. The infraction committee will probably have to buy the Old Ball Coach a new set of clubs.
Is sugar free icing permissible? Or is it icing that isn't the school colors?
Maybe went with the always popular Revenge of the Nerds "hair pie plate"?
So that's one illegal cupcake for each starter.
Turns out the icing was made out of $100 bills, so I can see why that might be frowned upon.
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