The secret to life is timing.

You wonder when this contact occurred:

Dez Bryant has been ruled ineligible for a violation of NCAA bylaw 10.1(d).

Oklahoma State University has already begun the process of applying to the NCAA on his behalf for reinstatement.

This incident does not involve anyone associated with the OSU football or athletic department staffs, any employee of the university, alumni, donors, or any third-party affiliated with OSU.

OSU is taking this step because Bryant failed to openly disclose to the NCAA the full details of his interaction with a former NFL player not affiliated with OSU.

The University issued the following statement from Bryant: “I made a mistake by not being entirely truthful when meeting with the NCAA. I sincerely regret my mistake and apologize to my teammates, coaches, OSU fans and the NCAA.”

Sure might have made a difference in that opener…

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11 responses to “The secret to life is timing.

  1. SilverDawgFrank

    Is this becoming the year of the Big, Repetitive Screw?

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  2. For someone who talked as much trash in-game as Bryant did, good for him. We couldn’t seem to shut him up during the Okie. State game, but the NCAA’s taken care of this blow-hard for us. Here’s to seeing their wins forfeited this season!

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  3. Max

    I’d say their talented, yet pot smoking DB hurt us worse! If he had been at UGA it wold have been 6 games, but Gundy lets him play and he really hurt us.

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  4. Dog in Fla

    Maybe Dez should have gone to USC where a little thing like this would be no more than a secondary violation.

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  5. Cam Cannon

    Dez wrote that statement like I wrote the Gettysburg Address.

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  6. JaxDawg

    Whatever. We should have beaten them anyway.

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  7. Not too late to make UGA 4-1, imho…

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  8. keith

    As if it wasn’t enough for their starting MLB and best player on defense being hurt and out, y’all are now wishing for their best offensive player to be ineligible. I got a novel idea, how about beating the teams on our schedule that we are more talented than

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