“It’s not like we’re out there stalking people.”

It turns out the NCAA has conducted surveillance lately.  Even better, it’s now considering hiring private investigators to do more of the same.

What could go wrong?

Maybe they should consider outsourcing the work to TMZ.

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13 responses to ““It’s not like we’re out there stalking people.”

  1. Hogbody Spradlin

    Maybe they’ll hire a guy like the one in North Dallas Forty who found a ‘marijuana cigarette’ he had planted in Phil Elliott’s apartment. Kangaroo court to follow.

  2. Mayor of Dawgtown

    Get’em NCAA.

  3. Cojones

    We have another scandal going on already with Julie stating she has relationships with the FBI and other agencies.

    Whatever happened to the ex-FBI agents/ investigators that the SEC hired eons ago to police our conference? They flew from school to school to dig around and unearth rumors. This NCAA action is like de ja vue all over again.

  4. I’m sure Ken Starr could recommend some “good” people.

    • Cojones

      If they aren’t trying to switch into another conference. Or if he isn’t trying to switch out. Or if he isn’t trying to twist data for trying a sitting President. Or if he isn’t backing a serial staff banger for President. What a hypocrite he is.

  5. W Cobb Dawg

    Put Neidermeyer on it, he’s a sneaky son of a bitch.

    • Cojones

      Yeah, and he rode a white horse that later was chain sawed after cardiac arrest. That oughtta send a message.

      More in mind, I had that hero, Senator Blutarsky , high on my list.

  6. Love the 2 comments above,.