Next up: Overcompliance.com

John Infante points out that a college football program can find a competitive advantage in almost anything if it has sufficient resources.

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3 responses to “Next up: Overcompliance.com

  1. Hogbody Spradlin

    I gather the theme is more money for compliance is a competitive advantage. Noteworthy but not surprising.

    Have any law schools lately added a course on sports compliance law and procedure?

  2. Bulldog Joe

    The article references a strong possibility of a “hard-to-find exception” being suggested to Ohio State by an NCAA compliance officer.

    Doesn’t this seem backwards to you?

    If Tennessee quickly falls out of the running for a big BCS payday do you think this “hard-to-find exception” would be accepted much less suggested to Tennessee by the NCAA compliance officer?

    I think you know the answer.

    The “hard-to-find exception” is simple:

    Cheat and win on the field…no problem.
    Cheat and lose on the field…pay the price.

    • shane#1

      What was it Bobby Knight said about the NCAA? Something like if Michigan cheats Central Michigan is penalized.