I’m trying hard to take this seriously.

Sure, this is going to go well.

For those of you who have long wondered what the NCAA can do to reign in bowl excess, we may be about to find out.

NCAA president Mark Emmert has called a teleconference Thursday to discuss “bowl football licensing issues.”

Can the Fiesta Bowl cobble a “we didn’t know” defense together quickly enough?

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UPDATE:  Another task force.  I’m not kidding.

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5 responses to “I’m trying hard to take this seriously.

  1. JG Shellnutt

    Puffery

  2. TennesseeDawg

    Ignorance is 4/5 of the law.

  3. Joe

    NCAA gets tough. They call it the Ohio State sanction program:

    The bowls will be eligible for the bowl game, they will suspend the bowls for 5 regular season games.

    All is well.

  4. Zdawg

    Everybody look busy. The NCAA is laying down the HAMMER on this conference call. Please state your name and hit the # button to enter the thrashing.

  5. 69Dawg

    Like all good bureaucracies the NCAA creates tasks forces to assign things to so they can be addressed in mass. In the mean time the rest of the rules go without resources. So as long as you avoid the area of the Task Force you are home free. Of course if you see the Task Force as a committee then the good bureaucracy creates committees for the purpose of sending issues into limbo. Nothing like a good committee to hide something forever.