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RE: It really has nothing to do with the NCAA

Posted on: March 12, 2019 at 13:47:30 CT
MOCO SON MU
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Some instants involved institution coaches taking bribes to get people into school and then they promptly would decide they weren't interested in that athletic activity upon admission!
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Not exactly Mizzou football related but... - Deputy Dawg MU - 3/12 13:41:06
     Texas - MizzouTigerz MU - 3/14 01:39:07
     As long as they don't cooperate with ncaa they'll be fine* - MNTIGER MU - 3/13 21:11:18
     Frankly surprised there's a law against that. Must be.(nm) - GA Tiger MU - 3/12 18:07:11
     RE: Not exactly Mizzou football related but... - Ragarm MU - 3/12 15:22:29
          Because coaches were involved in the whole hoax - Deputy Dawg MU - 3/13 18:02:28
     It really has nothing to do with the NCAA - MizzouAstro MU - 3/12 13:43:47
          It does a little bit, since coaches participated as well as - TigerJackSwartz MU - 3/12 14:49:06
          Why would that stop the NCAA from sanctioning Mizzou - mu7176grad MU - 3/12 14:44:47
          RE: It really has nothing to do with the NCAA - MOCO SON MU - 3/12 13:47:30
               i suppose that could be some sort of recruiting violation - MizzouAstro MU - 3/12 13:49:45
                    RE: i suppose that could be some sort of recruiting violation - MOCO SON MU - 3/12 13:51:09
                         would be funny if an athletic department got put on - TigerJackSwartz MU - 3/12 14:50:34
                         ok(nm) - MizzouAstro MU - 3/12 13:51:35




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