Yahoo!'s "10" has Hit

August 16, 2011 at 6:51p    by Alex    
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Bucks's picture

Listening to the radio feed right now on yahoo sports. Did bring up a great point. The NCAA has every ability to eliminate the 4 year limitation b/c of continuous violations & the same booster. So, technically they could go all the way back to '01 with Shapiro.

The read of this stuff is absolutely nuts. I'll give credit to Wetzel & Co claiming this as the 10/10.

dmurder's picture

So am guessing this is the "story" that was and is bigger than what happend at tOSU. But you know what this will never get the attention we got. It's actually sad! 

My question is why couldn't this come out right after tOSU? I think it's all about riding the wave of news, it's down right pathetic.

"We have always had the best damn band in the land, now we have the best damn team in the land"- Jim Tressel 1-03-03

Bucks's picture

Oh it absolutely will. It is easily the worst set of violations I've seen since SMU if able to be proven. Wetzel claims to have a huge papertrail/proof/corroborating evidence. No way possible this gets buried.

beserkr29's picture

Seeing how much is detailed, plus the evidence they have, the Canes are in for a long, long road.  Golden just walked into a massive cleanup job without knowing it.  Some of the stuff that is talked about is just....creepy.  Not a good day for college football.

dmurder's picture

But I still doubt ESPiN does 48 hour media coverage like they did on us....

People hate us.

 

By the way check this out.

http://espn.go.com/college-football/story/_/id/6868545/police-officer-as...

"We have always had the best damn band in the land, now we have the best damn team in the land"- Jim Tressel 1-03-03

Riggins's picture

Good God.  If the Tatgate cover-up got the coverage it did, ESPN needs a new channel to cover this scandal.

The Six Fingered Buckeye's picture

It's on ESPN"U"

Please, be honest. This is for science.

Nappy's picture

+50000

Fan of bacon since 1981

The Six Fingered Buckeye's picture

I've got a friend who is a Da U superfan. He's constantly on me about the "mythical pass interference" that took Miami from prominence to the cellar. Throughout OSU's whole ordeal, I was getting it left and right.

 

To be able to link him to this story was sweet sweet revenge. Tastes like converting 4th and 14.

Please, be honest. This is for science.

JozyMozy's picture

defensive holding!!11 IT WAS A PENALTY EITHER WAY

 

aaah, memories. 

matti's picture

remind your da u friend that gamble caught the pass inbounds as well osu wins 17-14

The Six Fingered Buckeye's picture

He refuses to belive that any fouls occured before the MPI. Only the MPI and the lateness of Porter's flag are of any consequence. Not the failure to stop OSU on 4th and 14. Not the failure to punch it in from 5 yards out with 4 tries. No, that game was decided ONLY on the MPI.

Please, be honest. This is for science.

matti's picture

also i am waiting for that f-tard desmond howard to chime in about miami but i doubt he or the 4letter will say anything as well

Jason Priestas's picture

Bumped to the front page, y'all. This one is worthy.

741's picture

Holy crap.

Random thoughts:

Who in the hell trusts this moron with $900-million dollars?!

Good god they know how to party down in SoBe.

LeBron James is exactly where he ought to be.

Seantrel - Keep it gangsta my brother!

Is it Saturday Yet's picture

Geez.........They get yachts and strippers and we get ghetto tattoo shops?  

Shock-G's picture

i think the only semblance of thought i can come up with is, wow.

Round on the ends and hi in the middle ....

NeARBuckeye's picture

I love how this dude is considered shady and ESPN is questioning his credibility, but "Ellis" the guy who can't spell 'fight' or 'win' is credible.

Maybe if SI or ESPN didn't spend so much time digging for nothing in Columbus they would've figured this one out.

TLB's picture

This story is incredible.  We all knew there were shenanigans going on in colllege football, but maybe not to this extent.....and of course, the coaches in question are now at Bama and Florida.