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  • #51
    I wonder that if it is as deep as they are making it seem that everyone gets a slap on the wrist and they usr this as a time to completely change the way we run college sports...
    Bear Down for what!?

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    • #52
      I still don't get how they can "pick and choose" which schools are/were investigated.

      Seems that they should have made an in-depth look at all 351 D-1 programs before they started naming schools/players involved.

      If not, there is some obvious favoritism that could be disputed in court.

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      • #53
        http://www.espn.com/mens-college-bas...ken-ncaa-rules

        It all starts to roll downhill...at least we're not alone!

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        • #54
          Lots of schools now...
          Schools identified by Yahoo! as having players who possibly violated NCAA rules include Duke, North Carolina, Texas, Kentucky, Michigan State, USCand Kansas. At least 25 players are linked to impermissible benefits, including Michigan State's Miles Bridges, Alabama's Collin Sexton and Duke's Wendell Carter.

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          • #55
            At least six players were identified in the documents as receiving payments exceeding $10,000. They include Dallas Mavericks point guard Dennis Smith Jr., who received $73,500 in loans from ASM before he played for NC State; Brooklyn Nets shooting guard Isaiah Whitehead, who received more than $37,000 around the time he was a freshman at Seton Hall; and 2017 No. 1 NBA draft pick Markelle Fultz, who received $10,000.

            Other teams with current or former players who allegedly received payments were South Carolina, Louisville, Utah, Xavier, Wichita State, Clemson and Alabama. Other players named include former LSU guard Tim Quarterman, former Maryland center Diamond Stone and former Kentucky center Edrice "Bam" Adebayo.

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            • #56
              And right as the NCAA tournament is getting started, quite a coincidence lol.

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              • #57
                Where the hell is UCLA? An Adidas school who had 16 ESPN Top-100 commits since Thomas Welsh's class...

                Go ahead and convince me that the Ball family didn't take anything

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                • #58
                  Megabump for the Megathread. What a day!

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                  • #59
                    Schools identified by Yahoo! as having players who possibly violated NCAA rules include Duke, North Carolina, Texas, Kentucky, Michigan State, USC and Kansas.

                    Here's a list of some players and what they received from agents as amateurs:

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                    • #60
                      What the hell did Carlos Delfino need $71.38 for???

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                      • #61
                        I just don't know anymore about all of this. I just saw this on ESPN http://www.espn.com/mens-college-bas...-investigation

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                        • #62
                          Here's an article regarding Bagley and compensation. http://usatodayhss.com/2018/marvin-b...-investigation

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                          • #63
                            https://www.google.com/amp/s/syndica...arges.amp.html

                            another adidas bust involving NC State, Kansas, Louisville and Miami.

                            No surprise.

                            Rumor that josh Jackson took $90k and Dennis Smith Jr was also named.

                            Just end this investigation and call everybody out at once...

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                            • #64
                              So, Jay Bile and Dookie V, you think the FBI investigation is what hurt Arizona with recruits and not the hatchet job by ESPN and you and Markie S, think again. Then how did USC just land their best recruitng class in a decade?

                              https://www.dailynews.com/2018/04/11...ass-in-decade/

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                              • #65
                                So, being accused of paying recruit is a reason for ESPN to try and take down a program but apparently rape is no big deal. Sports Illustrated article on MSU

                                I know which one I find worse...

                                https://www.si.com/college-basketbal...015-final-four

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                                • #66
                                  http://www.espn.com/mens-college-bas...d-trial-starts

                                  Add it to the list...so Miller can sue ESPN for slander when this whole ordeal is finalized.

                                  Arizona is on the front page of ESPN...despite NOT being one of the four indicted programs.

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                                  • #67
                                    Wiretaps released.http://www.espn.com/mens-college-bas...-play-released

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