QUOTE(Lee Corso @ May 5 2008, 06:01 PM)
Nobody except unc fans. Regardless, was it necessary to point out that Lowe was on the list of 250+ violators? There's a motive there from the reporter. Believe it or not.
Why do you care SO MUCH about what UNC fans think? That amazes me.
But even if some did, and it would be less than 1%, then they are idiots. As usual, you're making a bigger deal out of this than it is and that's because you're paranoid.
It is NOT newsworthy because by the admission of the author (your Mr. Pickeral, iirc) State did nothing wrong. And don't give me that bs about the NCSU spokesman not knowing exact numbers. State was nowhere near the limit. And the WPC owning the place has nothing to do with it either. They are free to invest where they want. It's ingenious actually...they get money back from persons that they fund. Certainly worth an A+ at Kenan-Flagler.
True to your pattern, you fail to mention the key points that make this an issue and newsworthy. NCSU didn't know the numbers and in they article they admit they just let the management company deal with it. If that really is the case, then there are some stupid fekkers running moou's compliance department.
The WPC owning the place is the entire point, dumbass. You cannot have booster clubs building special dorm rooms for affaletes. I cannot believe you cannot grasp this.
UNC does not house all of its affaletes at Granville. It you'd like to know which regular dorms house UNC affaletes, let me know.
There isn't a RAMS Club owned dorm where affaletes from all sports are housed at UNC.
It WAS a violation but for SOME REASON the NCAA decided it was okay. Read the rules.
Even if it was a violation, a Presidential candiate was there playing bball with the players. As the PR guy says, that was an extraordinary circumstance. Had Obama done the same at moou, the NCAA wouldn't have done anything there either. But continue with your conspiracy theories.
Just like when some .....
Secondary violations. They happen. Big whoop.
I don't know how Duke fans feel, but the media coverage seems to have turned anti-Duke, too.