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There is obviously no comparison at all. I'm not talking about "comparing" them. I'm just acknowledging John's assertion that the NCAA is setting a brand new precedent here. It's a precedent that could apply to something far less than Jerry Sandusky molesting young boys.
1 year, 4 months ago on The NCAA Is About To Make A Big Mistake With Penn State
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I have to agree with you, John. These transgressions never affected who was eligible or ineligible to play football games and thus this is not the NCAA's business.
I have no problem with the NCAA - or anyone else - whacking PSU over this, but the precedent it sets opens up a whole new realm of potential investigations and punitive measures. Should UGA be punished for their continued off-the-field problems that they can't seem to get a handle on? Should Mizzou be penalized for not firing a coach who endangered the public with his drunk driving? Should Arkansas be punished for not keeping closer tabs on a coach that was having an affair with a subordinate? Where are we drawing the line?