John Infante points out that a college football program can find a competitive advantage in almost anything if it has sufficient resources.
Filed under College Football, The NCAA
I gather the theme is more money for compliance is a competitive advantage. Noteworthy but not surprising.
Have any law schools lately added a course on sports compliance law and procedure?
The article references a strong possibility of a “hard-to-find exception” being suggested to Ohio State by an NCAA compliance officer.
Doesn’t this seem backwards to you?
If Tennessee quickly falls out of the running for a big BCS payday do you think this “hard-to-find exception” would be accepted much less suggested to Tennessee by the NCAA compliance officer?
I think you know the answer.
The “hard-to-find exception” is simple:
Cheat and win on the field…no problem.
Cheat and lose on the field…pay the price.
What was it Bobby Knight said about the NCAA? Something like if Michigan cheats Central Michigan is penalized.
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