"The University of Illinois is also in turmoil. The university sports an Interim Chancellor, an Interim Athletic Director, and an Interim Football Coach; the game will be played at Soldier Field, making this an Illini Interim Home Game."
In light of the Mandel SI article on OSU possibly getting off light, I've just been wondering if we should even be expecting an updated or amended Notice of Allegations from the NCAA to OSU. Mandel seemed to think that OSU would get off light simply because the NCAA's NoA was light on actual allegations, as opposed to the other purported instances of wrongdoing that have been floating around (i.e. in local news, in very informative SI articles, interviews with former players, etc). It seems like many of the other instances of wrongdoing left out of the NoA can be proved, but that they've still been left out of the scope of the NCAA's "charges" to this point. Why? Can we expect more before the August hearing (I think that's the date)?
November 22nd, 1969 on BTN right now, if anyone is interested. I have never watched the game the whole way through. It was, after all, played about eight years before my birth.
Michigan is only in the poll once, but I thought it wouldn't hurt to try and do well in another tradition poll.
My amazing girlfriend just surprised me with two tickets for the ND game. We are coming from Philadelphia and just realized that finding a place to stay in Ann Arbor for that weekend is impossible. I've been to Ann arbor once before in 09' against EMU and the experience was something I couldn't put into words. So, if there is anyone that canpoint me in the right direction to help a brother out, I would be incredibly grateful. Thanks everybody.
So, 4 years of probation and 2 years of recruiting time reductions.
For 312$ and one tipped off player about an interview
Just thought it might give some perspective on the whole "I wonder if OSU is going to get off easy"
OSU had 5,000 dollars in impermissible benefits, directly lied and impeded on the investigation being started and finally did not even take more than 2 years of probation.
To qoute CCR:
I see, a baddd moon a risin.. I see trouble onnn the way..
Pretty sure this hasn't made it to the site yet. It wasn't that big of a deal but it is never a good thing when your prospects are visiting elsewhere. He has since decided that he won't be visiting anywhere else, and is solid with the Wolverines. Not a huge deal, just something to make everything feel warm and fuzzy on friday night.