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NJFlyr71 10-16-2020 06:54 PM

A10 UMASS gets Cleveland State Treatment from NCAA
 
https://www.espn.com/mens-college-ba...nis-violations


Umass should of been in Power 5 conference ... they would have been forgiven...

Sounds pretty harsh to me too!

UDGutter2 10-16-2020 07:46 PM

And still crickets on Arizona's payments to Ayton.

Ready Action 10-16-2020 08:04 PM

The return on the investments are lacking. If ya ainít cheatiní ya ainít tryiní.
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Alberto Strasse 10-17-2020 11:48 AM

UMASS Has a History
 
of cheating in Men's basketball.

Buckleyma 10-17-2020 12:08 PM

Just a thought of my knee jerk reaction. This sounds like the Al Capone syndrome. Everyone knew that Al Capone was a murderer and thief. But, there was no evidence. So, the detectives put him in prison on a tax evasion charge. The penalty was harsh and to the extreme allowed by law for failure to pay tax. They only nailed The University of Massachusetts on a small dollar amount but there must be more that we are not hearing about. Hence the penalty is more severe than Warranted by the formal evidence.
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NJFlyr71 10-18-2020 12:22 PM

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Originally Posted by Alberto Strasse (Post 636384)
UMASS Has a History of cheating in Men's basketball.

Not sure about recent history (i.e. since one slime ball left) that they have been a constant and
current cheater ...

Quote:

Originally Posted by Buckleyma (Post 636385)
Just a thought of my knee jerk reaction. This sounds like the Al Capone syndrome. Everyone knew that Al Capone was a murderer and thief. But, there was no evidence. So, the detectives put him in prison on a tax evasion charge. The penalty was harsh and to the extreme allowed by law for failure to pay tax. They only nailed The University of Massachusetts on a small dollar amount but there must be more that we are not hearing about. Hence the penalty is more severe than Warranted by the formal evidence.

Sadly, we base this level of thinking on what is going on inside our country with claims and counterclaims and the media. On face value this appears to be a punishment entirely out of sync with the level of known transgressions.

We have read and heard (based upon recorded phone conversations) significant issues with paying certain athletes attending high level BB programs. A direct knowledge of events yet no known punishments after 2 years of "investigation" (?). Seems out of sync with what has happened to UMass ...

CT Flyer 10-19-2020 09:58 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by NJFlyr71 (Post 636468)
Not sure about recent history (i.e. since one slime ball left) that they have been a constant and
current cheater ...

As long as Tony Bergeron is an assistant coach at UMass you can bet that there is still some cheating going on...

cj 10-25-2020 07:20 PM

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Originally Posted by UDGutter2 (Post 636349)
And still crickets on Arizona's payments to Ayton.

Arizona with nine infractions including five Level 1s
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T-Bone 84 10-25-2020 11:02 PM

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Originally Posted by cj (Post 637260)
Arizona with nine infractions including five Level 1s
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Cleveland State had better be prepared! :worried:
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