You could have fooled me.

Amidst news that the SEC has tweaked its infraction reporting protocol with the NCAA comes this rather high opinion the NCAA’s Director of Enforcement has about her organization:

“I believe they’re going to try and deal with the information in terms of what’s the best way to fully vet this,” Roe Lach said. “Because we’re the trained experts on how to conduct investigations, it makes sense for us to get involved on the front end as opposed to having to come in on the back end and possibly replow ground.” [Emphasis added.]

This from the folks who brought you an investigation based on a TMZ report.  I don’t know how she keeps a straight face with that schtick.

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6 responses to “You could have fooled me.

  1. 69Dawg

    The NCAA audit check list.

    • 69Dawg

      Damn it hit the wrong key. A. Does the school have enough rope?

      B. Has the school assembled a scaffold? C. Has the school provided a blindfold? If you answer yes to all of the above you can proceed to hang said school.

  2. Go Dawgs!

    “Because Yahoo! Sports and Sports Illustrated are the trained experts on how to conduct investigations, it’s best to get them involved on the front end.”

    / fixed.

  3. Dog in Fla

    NCAA staff of well “trained experts on how to conduct investigations” at work plowing new ground

    http://histclo.com/imagef/date/2010/05/ark-mule30s.jpg

    because it’s so much easier than replowing old ground to make straight furrows crooked

    http://www.sportsbybrooks.com/doc-leak-ncaa-botched-investigation-against-usc-28591

  4. Comin' Down The Track

    I’m not sure that “schtick” is the word you were looking for.

  5. Cojones

    Her act reflects it as a perfect word. Let’s hope she knows where to “schtick” it after she’s searched with both hands and a search warrant.