NCAA Hypocrisy Strikes Again!!!! - Tennessee Football Edition

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"The actions taken by the institution during the investigation should be the standard for any institutional inquiries into potential violations," the notice of allegations said. "Throughout the investigation the institution exhibited exemplary cooperation in multiple ways. Once the institution's chancellor was alerted to allegations of potential violations within the football program, the institution took swift action to investigate the allegations and substantiated various violations.

We have to sue.... Right???
 

CocoCincinnati

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This is damage control by the NCAA. Our press conference where we basically exposed the problems of cooperating with them was going to be a serious problem for them going forward.

Tennessee should be sending us thank you notes... the NCAA seriously needed examples that cooperating with them is good, that they could parade through the media. It was and is going to happen to the first several cases to fall after ours.....luck of the draw.
 
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This is damage control by the NCAA. Our press conference where we basically exposed the problems of cooperating with them was going to be a serious problem for them going forward.

Tennessee should be sending us thank you notes... the NCAA seriously needed examples that cooperating with them is good, that they could parade through the media. It was and is going to happen to the first several cases to fall after ours.....luck of the draw.
I strongly disagree, I’m not sure how people still think that whether we cooperated or not had any bearing on our punishment, and if Kansas/UNC/Tennessee cooperated or not has any bearing on their punishment. The sooner that people come to terms with that the sooner you can stop hoping that a blue blood will actually be punished and stop hoping that they will take it easy on Oklahoma State if we ever get in trouble. It ain’t going to happen.
 
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And in case you didn’t know, one of the members of the 2020 infractions committee that handed down our punishment happens to be the director of athletic compliance at the University of Oklahoma, nothing like having your squeaky clean in-state rival deciding your fate. :whistle: