Hardship? I thought you said hardcase.

Looking back on it, admitting in court to supplying a gun used in an armed robbery probably wasn’t the best way to gain the sympathy of the NCAA in applying for a waiver to play early.

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6 responses to “Hardship? I thought you said hardcase.

  1. Go Dawgs!

    I’d think the fact that he’s shown a willingness to use a firearm in order to get what he wants would be a pretty powerful motivator for the NCAA to give him what he wants.

  2. Comin' Down The Track

    So, lemme get this straight. Buy, cheat and steal a National Championship. Turn 180 on a dime two years later and pretend to be shocked at all of the tomfoolery going on right under your very nose. Get off scot-free while everyone applauds your integrity.

    Got it.

  3. Just Chuck

    There are lots of things I don’t know. Here’s one. What kinds of arguments work with the NCAA to be allowed to play early and not sit out?

  4. bkbroila42

    the messed up thing about it was he was allowed to play the entire 2012 year and CHECKBOOK CHIZIK knew all to well the circumstances behind the crime….from the fact that Dyer was with them that night and it was his gun used in the robbery…..bullshtt!!!!