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Big 12 Commissioner Bob Bowlsby had some interesting comments during his annual state-of-the-league address from Big 12 media days Monday. Per ESPN:
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"Enforcement is broken," he said. "The infractions committee hasn't had [an FBS] hearing in almost a year, and I think it's not an understatement to say cheating pays presently. If you seek to conspire to certainly bend the rules, you can do it successfully and probably not get caught in most occasions."

Bowlsby added that he didn't think cheating was necessarily rampant in college sports. But he painted a bleak outlook for the future NCAA.

"We certainly are operating in a strange environment in that we have lawsuits," he said, "plus we have the [O'Bannon v. NCAA] lawsuit. I think all of that in the end will cause programs to be eliminated. I think you'll see men's Olympic sports go away as a result of the new funding challenges that are coming down the pipe. I think there may be tension among and between sports on campus and institutions that have different resources. It's really unknown what the outcomes will be."
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Big Sway117 months
It's Alabama's fault.
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Foolish cock117 months
Dudes right
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