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DevilDJ
post May 15 2015, 08:19 AM
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QUOTE(Lee Corso @ May 15 2015, 03:35 AM) *

Hell, Roy forces them to stay 3 years anyway by making their stock drop.

Clamping down on agents? Which ones? The ones teaching classes, coaching on the sidelines, or the ones with free reign of the athletics facilities? laugh.gif laugh.gif

Forgot about him. laugh.gif
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post May 15 2015, 08:25 PM
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University of Hawaii fired its head men's basketball coach Gib Arnold in October as the NCAA investigated alleged rule violations.

The University of Hawaii said Friday it will vacate 36 victories, reduce scholarships and practice time, pay a $10,000 fine, and place itself on one-year probation for violations of NCAA rules by its men's basketball program.

The self-imposed sanctions were contained in a 64-page reply to the NCAA that UH filed Friday.

UH said it will forfeit one scholarship for each of the next two seasons, 2015-16 and 2016-17, reducing to 12 from 13 the number of allowable scholarships.

The one-year probation does not involve post-season, a UH spokesman said.

The victories it will vacate will be from the 2012-13 and 2013-14 seasons in which UH had gone 17-15 and 20-11.

Although their names were redacted in the UH reply, former players Isaac Fotu and Davis Rozitis played in the 2012-13 and 2013-14 seasons, and have been cited in the NCAA allegations.

UH also said it will strengthen its rules education for athletes, coaches and staff.

UH dismissed head coach Gib Arnold and assistant Brandyn Akana Oct. 28 "without cause." Fotu was subsequently declared ineligible. He left school to play professionally in Spain. Rozitis graduated before the NCAA completed its investigation.

UH said, "For the most part these violations involve either intentional or careless failure to follow well-known bylaws that members of the men's basketball coaching staff understood but failed to obey. The coaches compounded the adverse impact of these poor decisions when they (1) failed to report to the university's compliance department their own or other violations in the program; (2) instructed or encouraged staff members and student-athletes to conceal or not report the violations or; (3) provided false or misleading information during the investigation rather than admit the violation occurred."

The NCAA typically has 60 days to respond to UH's reply after which a hearing before the NCAA's Committee on Infractions is scheduled. The committee may accept or add additional penalties.

In a statement, UH said, "According to the NCAA process, the next step is a hearing before the NCAA Committee on Infractions to be held in approximately two months."

The school said it, "cannot comment on the substance of the NOA response because it is an ongoing NCAA matter, as required by the NCAA bylaws on confidentiality. UH has fully cooperated with the NCAA and will continue to do so."

UH said it has yet to receive a copy of Arnold's response to the NCAA.

After months of investigating, the NCAA alleged in January that the UH basketball program violated several rules, including impermissible tryouts, improper benefits, dishonest conduct and using operations people as coaches.

In the allegations, Arnold was charged with "obstructing an investigation or attempting to conceal the violations." In addition, the NCAA claimed "Arnold knowingly influenced the then directors of operations to conceal their participation in coaching, instructional and/or recruiting activities from the media and the institution in order to conceal the violations.

"Arnold knowingly influenced then men's basketball staff members to fabricate a story to report to the institution that the on-campus evaluation conducted between April 19 and 20, 2013, was neither arranged nor observed by the men's basketball staff," according to the document.

Lastly, "Arnold knowingly influenced at least four then men's basketball student-athletes to refrain from reporting" issues.

The NCAA also cited Akana for having "knowingly provided a then men's basketball student-athlete with an Apple iPad. Additionally, Akana knowingly altered an admissions document of a then men's basketball prospect and submitted the document to the institution to facilitate the prospect's admission."

Also, the NCAA claimed "Akana knowingly provided the institution and NCAA enforcement staff with false or misleading information when he denied providing the then student-athlete with an iPad despite the factual evidence."

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post May 16 2015, 12:25 PM
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After months of investigating, the NCAA alleged in January that the UH basketball program violated several rules, including impermissible tryouts, improper benefits, dishonest conduct and using operations people as coaches.


....and a free iPad.

So.... Hawaii = serial jaywalkers

unc = serial murderers

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post May 16 2015, 03:23 PM
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QUOTE(Lee Corso @ May 16 2015, 06:25 PM) *

....and a free iPad.

So.... Hawaii = serial jaywalkers

unc = serial murderers

Now let's see which receives the tougher sanctions. Smart money's on those career criminals in Oahu.
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post May 16 2015, 04:43 PM
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Hmmm...
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post May 16 2015, 07:17 PM
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"COMMENTS" from recent Bob Lee blog...
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ncaa is penalyzing unc by not making a decision. i think unc law school graduates should sue for a conclusion. unc cannot draw athletes as long as they delay.
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unc will not sue the NCAA or anyone else that is related to TGU. The absolute last thing they want is an opportunity for more discovery.
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Accepting the NCAA sanctions without appeal / countersuit would be "the smart play".... since when has unc opted for "the smart play" in any of this?

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post May 26 2015, 09:37 PM
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"The REAL Beginning of the unc Scandal"
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QUOTE(DevilDJ @ May 16 2015, 05:43 PM) *

Hmmm...

CHeats

After reading Gunter's tweets, I think he's mildly retarded.
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Two aspects of this embarrassment stand out:

the sheer audacity of institutionalizing academic fraud. It was standard operating procedure.

— the NCAA's reluctance to take a close look at what was going on. Supposedly the neutral enforcer of the rules, the NCAA was dragged kicking and screaming into this probe.
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post May 27 2015, 02:07 PM
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That's scathing and exactly who we need to be saying it. The Ilini were robbed of a natty by mercenaries.
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post May 27 2015, 08:15 PM
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The mother of all scandals is unfolding at University of North carolina, where over a period of thirteen years 3,100 students took sham courses. Most of these students were athletes, who had been directed to those particular courses by the athletic department’s academic support staff. Some of the courses never existed in any form; there were no instructors, no classes, and no assignments. For other courses, students wrote fake papers. The convention was that students could cut and paste material from the web and submit it as their own work, provided they cited the source. The citations provided a pretense that the paper was not plagiarized, or at least were so accepted by the instructors.

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post May 27 2015, 08:32 PM
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QUOTE(DevilDJ @ May 27 2015, 09:15 PM) *

I saw this one, DJ. Of course the holes will have an issue with this: " 3,100 students took sham courses. Most of these students were athletes, "

And the whole article will be deemed irrelevant.

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Nobody here wants the end of unc.

In fact, most here want unc to be what we THOUGHT unc was.

As it is, every single person here would be perfectly happy with unc vacating all wins gained using players who were being shuttled through a cheating system that was clearly in place to avoid academic requirements. That's it. Simple.

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Come on cut the BS. You want unc to vacate wins and titles so you would pass them in overall wins and titles. At least tell the truth.

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If you won titles with ineligible players then the titles don't count, the playing field was not level. Duke fans that i know including this one doesn't give a **** how many you have, only that you won it fair and square.

We know Mccants wasn't legit, 05 doesn't count. But to you he was just a rogue, but in 05 you were probably running around doing the Diamond Cutter sign. You only hated him when he told the truth. You think he's lying? Then why was his Deans List deleted from being able to be linked the very next day he showed his transcripts? Everybody on that team should have to show their transcripts, we all know why they wont do it, even your dumb @ss knows why. So seriously, "come on, cut the BS"

ETA: copies of the transcripts are in others hands, just so you know. Your concern should be if the NCAA knows this. They go lite and then they get leaked, boy are they gonna look stupid.
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post May 28 2015, 08:51 PM
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'The problem is not...bad people. The problem is that the system forces good people to close their eyes' to flaws...
http://www.carltbogus.com/edmund-a-blog/91-dear-alma-mater

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@jaysmith711 disagree. These are bad people with no conscience.

CHeats

Gurney is president of The Drake Group. unx'ers hate him AND the group. Can't imagine why...

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