The NCAA is proving what an absolute joke it is.
It's confusing what they care about.
Oregon financially induces a star player to go to their school - major recruiting violation to make the recruiting playing field un-level.
- Slap on the wrist
USC - player is already at school and playing for school and gets benefits two years later from a wannabe agent inducing him to go Pro. But Bush got a lot of cash/house - so, it appears it's all about the $ sum to the NCAA - regardless of who does it.
2-year Bowl ban, 35 scholies...
Penn St - wasn't even a competitive advantage issue - basically wanted to give death penalty.
This shite is so arbitrary. And it appears each "head of infractions" appointee has his own way of doing things.
This post was edited on 6/26 at 10:16 am