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Look guys, it's been nice posting on this board.... being an FSU fan and all... but the Ole Miss mods just offered to pay my car payments.
Best of luck.
I think it turns out like the Bellamy incident at Clemson.
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You see here is the deal about a picture of him holding some money. How in the world is the NCAA going to prove that he got it from an Ole Miss booster, coach, or any other representative of the university? I mean the NCAA, you, myself, and everybody else knows that those $100 bills have an Ole Miss origin, but proving it is a different story. I mean the NCAA had to pay off people in the UM investigation to get solid proof and those Yahoo reporters broke the Bush/USC thing.
NCAA: Did an Ole Miss coach, employee, or booster give you that money?
NCAA: Are you sure?
NCAA: Where did you get it then?
Kid: My auntie gave it to me.
NCAA: Are you sure?
NCAA: OK, but don't ruin your college and potential pro career by accepting improper benefits.
Kid: Yes sir. Have a nice day.
You see the NCAA doesn't have subpoena power, can't put you under oath, and simply can't police every kid in America going through the recruiting process and $100 handshakes through college football. IMO, they only get involved when the money can be directly traced to a booster or employee of the university. In addition they usually step in when a big enough infraction is made very public and gives college sports and the NCAA brand a black eye. Because they know everybody is giving and receiving improper benefits, once they get on campus, you sir are in trouble. They are like the IRS in that they will find and bust you for the smallest thing if they really have a hard on for you. That's why not cooperating with them is the kiss of death. They will get you either way so you might as well be friendly with them.
well then why can we just pay him to come to fsu we need a tackle worse than ole mis?while we're at it lets pay tunsil also!
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