The funny thing about it is he dangles this "Oh, well, if the coaches follow their instructions, they might get the pick back," but when asked why we're not getting it back, he said because there's evidence that there was a bounty program in place. I'm sorry, but the only way that statement makes sense is IF there wasn't evidence of a bounty program at the time you made the original statement, and that was after you handed down the punishments. Please unfrick that logic for me.
I thought the same thing when I heard him say that last week. He said there was clearly a bounty program in place, but when they first took it away I could have sworn he said if the coaches and organization cooperate with the investigation, we could get it back.