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Faux Pelini Explains NCAA Discipline & Satellite Camp Ruling

Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by Buffnik, Apr 24, 2016.

  1. Buffnik

    Buffnik Real name isn't Nik Club Member Junta Member

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    Fun read.

    The NCAA has designed a very complicated algorithm to determine fair punishments for different types of rule-breaking, and because you do not work at the NCAA, you cannot understand it. Just know that the well-being of each athlete is always being protected.

    Recent examples of NCAA punishments include having to sit out ...

    • one-half football game: Selling thousands of autographs, probably (2013, Johnny Manziel)
    • 4 football games: Lots and lots of cash and yachts and strippers (2011, many Miami guys)
    • 4 football games: Accepting $3,000 for autographs and being honest about it (2014, Todd Gurley)
    • 5 football games: Getting free tattoos (2010, Terrelle Pryor)
    • 1 full football season: Lying about being friends with Deion Sanders (2009, Dez Bryant)
    • 1 full basketball season: First positive drug test for marijuana (2014, Mitch McGary)
    http://www.sbnation.com/college-foo.../ncaa-satellite-camps-recruiting-jim-harbaugh
     
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