Why it is so easy to mock the NCAA.

Georgia gets hit with two serious sounding Level I secondary violations due to (1) Mark Richt giving out his phone number and (2) not knowing how to use his cell phone correctly.

The fact that Georgia isn’t going to be penalized for this isn’t a feature, either.  Why have the stigma if there are no consequences?

The NCAA rulebook makes the IRS tax code look simple.


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5 responses to “Why it is so easy to mock the NCAA.

  1. Dawgy45

    Be sure to read the comments to see why it is so easy to mock the NATS too.


  2. 69Dawg

    The NCAA take drama to a higher plane.They never heard of a simple no harm no foul rule. The AJC is such a fish wrapper that they lead with the story like UGA might get the death penalty for “Major Level 1 violations” but oh yea there was no contact just a cell phone miscue.


  3. Normaltown Mike

    The first fifty names in the phone book would do a better job administering college athletics than the NCAA.


  4. Cojones

    Senator, does this mean that I can call you if I have any IRS tax problems?

    Someday, just to spice things up, you should ask for everyone’s favorite dirty limericks from memory.


  5. Mayor of Dawgtown

    Another NCAA stupid rule. Harp on the meaningless, totally ignore the serious.