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Discussion in 'Other Sports' started by Fry, Jun 2, 2012.
Nobody cares that they screen for marijuana?
Better off doing cocaine or opium... just saying...
Dude, whatever. Who cares if they were investigated!
Now if it was like USC that got stripped of the title, that would be different. But that never happened to an SEC SEC SEC school.
Really it should be 9/14 since AU should have been awarded the title.
No more than Michigan/OSU should have been playing when Florida got a chance due to Urban Cryer.
Up your standards. SEC is a joke.
Yep the conference that has won 8/14 BCS National championships is a joke...
So your example is one where the SEC won and beat Ohio State lol. Good example.
Didn't win them without cheating, did they?
Unless you're just a huge Florida fan.
And I know you UT fans usually are, right?
How did they cheat? This should be good.
Good for what? Your excuse making practice?
2. Paying certain players 150k
3. Abusing the JuCo system.
4. Cheating for students on exams.
5. TONS of rules violations.
Since 1990 over HALF of the teams in the SEC have faced sanctions for NCAA violations.
Aren't you a UT fan? Short memory?
I guess you can pretend to not follow football on this one and act like you have no idea these things have happened.
All of these things happened and still do.
Cheating? Only when you get caught.
More working the system.
Is it okay? Nope it is awful and one of the main reasons I can barely tolerate college football.
Jesus, people think the NBA is crooked...
Check the NCAA with the SEC leading the pack.
Remember when you said jaywalking and speeding aren't real crimes? Well all that stuff you listed is nothing as well.
Those guys aren't there to get degrees, they're there to play football and make the schools money.
How F'ed up is it that they can't even sell their own pictures or autographs?
It's slavery I tell ya!
Fuq the NCAA and all their backwards rules.
^And this is the problem.
The SEC and their fans are so used to cheating and getting investigated that it becomes acceptable and expected.