One step beyond cream cheese

You are simply not gonna believe what South Carolina reported as a secondary violation. Seriously.

I hope somebody gets a quip from Spurrier about it.  Should be priceless.

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UPDATE:  Honestly, I’m a little disappointed.

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12 responses to “One step beyond cream cheese

  1. The real question is did the football team steal the trophies from a different sport or from another school’s football team? We all know they don’t have any of their own.

    • Hogbody Spradlin

      Of course they do. They bought them.

    • Macallanlover

      “Teams don’t normally display trophies in their locker room”, but not many teams have as few as SC football. It could fit in an individual player’s half locker, yes “it” the much treasured ACC trophy, won before decades of independence and then two more decades of SEC ineptness.

      “We’re #1″….LMAO. The NCAA should make every recruit they offer be furnished, and sign, a copy of the “This is SC Football” treatise that circulates on the internet just to insure they don’t get misled by the illegal cookies they are fed on official visits.

  2. Hogbody Spradlin

    Icing? Love to know that rule.

  3. I Wanna Red Cup

    Another example of why the NCAA is FOS.

  4. SouthGaDawg

    I found this in the NCAA rule book – Rule 23-5-4-567-0100-34-567-89 states that the only icing decorations on cakes in locker rooms allowed are the rock hard type you get at Wal-Mart ONLY in the shape of dots, hearts, or flowers. There ya go.

    • Cojones

      I’d give the players a Morse Code decoder and position the dots to give a personal message. Then they eat the message.

    • Cojones

      Great snark with numbers. The -0100- sub,subsection implies more than a thousand at that level.

  5. Cojones

    I think that this info should be made available to schools and staff in the conference, but there is no part of FOIA that covers the school’s conference. If the Regents want it from the state schools, it should be securely transmitted and not released.

    This is part of CFB that detracts from the freedom feeling that CFB projects. Regfuckinglations.
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  6. rob10274

    Yeah, I’d love to hear what Spurrier has to say about that!

  7. Bulldawg Bill

    I tell you,,, that Steve Spurrier will stop at nothing!!!!

  8. paul

    Impermissible icing. Glad the NCAA is on top of THAT. Remind me again, why haven’t the major conferences bolted the NCAA yet? Perhaps they’re waiting for the cover the O’Bannon loss will bring?