Other programs have been notified by the Feds that they are under investigation as well.
Initially, the Ohio State head coach said he had very strong thoughts and opinions that he didn’t think he could share; eventually, Meyer, who labeled himself as “a big proponent of the NCAA” and was adamant that those who use burner phones should be banned from the sport, let loose on the air, particularly on coaches who cheat or lie.From the I always believed if you willfully and intentionally broke the rule or you lie to the NCAA, you can never coach again. I’m not talking about mistakes made when you have a rulebook like this (thick).The college basketball world was rocked earlier this week when the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York announced that 10 individuals, including four sitting assistant basketball coaches at Power Five schools, had been arrested on fraud and corruption charges in connection to illicit payments to recruits and their families.The scandal has only deepened in the last two days since the announcement, including Rick Pitino essentially being fired as Louisville’s head basketball coach.And while Jalen Carey is scheduled to be at Kansas that weekend (he’s reportedly coming to ‘Nova the weekend before), David Duke hasn’t set any official visits yet.
When it comes to the biggest story in collegiate athletics, Urban Meyer is mincing no words and pulling no punches.
That would give the school plenty of time to bus students downtown and back.
The additional capacity (ahem) would allow regular fans into the event as well and give the school the opportunity to generate revenue off an event many fans have wanted to attend in the past (double-ahem).
III record by qualifying for the NCAA Tournament for the 15th year in a row.
Senior guard Spencer Williams (Warrensville Hts., OH/Orange) headlines the returnees as a two-time All-NCAC honoree, while junior guard Reece Dupler (Newark, OH/Lakewood), who also earned All-NCAC honors last year, gives the Scots a formidable one-two punch in the backcourt.
I’m in favor of strong law enforcement and making people obey the rules in our profession. For now, though, the hoops scandal has nothing to do with college football, with the lone exception potentially being at Louisville.