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    Re: Yahoo Sources: NCAA to formally charge Mississippi with rules violations

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    Re: Yahoo Sources: NCAA to formally charge Mississippi with rules violations

    Quote Originally Posted by CrimsonEyeshade View Post
    The timing of this: Priceless.
    The REC at work again.

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    Re: Yahoo Sources: NCAA to formally charge Mississippi with rules violations

    So the Grove reeks of impropriety? Does a Rebel Black Bear squat in the woods?

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    SIAP...here is a link to the ESPN article regarding the Ole Miss charges. http://espn.go.com/college-football/...ee-sports-ncaa

    My favorite part...
    "Many of the allegations are either not connected to the football team or predate coach Hugh Freeze's arrival......"This is a fraction involving our current football staff," a source told ESPN.com. "Some of those things we've already self-imposed some penalties around and already dealt with. This just happens to be part of a broader process."

    If "many" of the allegations predate Freeze's arrival, that means that some have occurred since he has been there. If "some" have self-imposed penalties, then some have not been properly addressed.

    If I am a top recruit with hopes for the national spotlight in bowls and CFP games, I am running away from Oxford and telling my 4 and 5 star friends to do the same.
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    Re: Yahoo Sources: NCAA to formally charge Mississippi with rules violations

    Quote Originally Posted by jthomas666 View Post
    So, how many years of probation will we get?
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    Re: Yahoo Sources: NCAA to formally charge Mississippi with rules violations

    Quote Originally Posted by tide96 View Post
    i wonder if the ncaa is going to continue ole miss' lifetime ban from the sec championship game.
    best quote ever!!!!!!

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    Re: Yahoo Sources: NCAA to formally charge Mississippi with rules violations

    Can we say Ole Miss just got, wait for it....Blind Sided?


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    Re: Yahoo Sources: NCAA to formally charge Mississippi with rules violations

    Maybe the next team to achieve a win streak against us will think twice about throwing that last min td rec?

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    Re: Yahoo Sources: NCAA to formally charge Mississippi with rules violations

    OM's lawyers will contact the NCAA and threaten a civil suit claiming damages for any sanctions against OM athletics. They will file in Oxford. The NCAA will back down and the investigation will end. It is the Auburn $Cam model and one that has drawn all the teeth from the NCAA's enforcement division. Given that the long term prognosis for the investigation is poor, probably the only real damage that the NCAA will do is by announcing this right before NSD to scare off some recruits.

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    Re: Yahoo Sources: NCAA to formally charge Mississippi with rules violations

    Quote Originally Posted by TRU View Post
    OM's lawyers will contact the NCAA and threaten a civil suit claiming damages for any sanctions against OM athletics. They will file in Oxford. The NCAA will back down and the investigation will end. It is the Auburn $Cam model and one that has drawn all the teeth from the NCAA's enforcement division. Given that the long term prognosis for the investigation is poor, probably the only real damage that the NCAA will do is by announcing this right before NSD to scare off some recruits.
    I don't think so or many other schools would have went this route already. Especially in the TV/postseason revenue ban days.

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    Yahoo Sources: NCAA to formally charge Mississippi with rules violations

    IIRC Auburn never got a letter from the NCAA about Cam, so this would be different.



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    Re: Yahoo Sources: NCAA to formally charge Mississippi with rules violations

    The word from a relative of mine that is an Ole Miss grad is that this could be just be the tip of the iceberg. He has heard that there could be more allegations in football.

    And don't think for a moment the NCAA didn't leak the info just before NSD on purpose. Ole Miss has been thumbing their noses at the NCAA. It gives them only 72 hours to damage control before the dead period.
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    Re: Yahoo Sources: NCAA to formally charge Mississippi with rules violations

    That ban is self imposed

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