The most honest thing Tom Lemming has ever uttered.

Just remember, kids, the NCAA’s official position is that high schoolers shouldn’t be allowed representation in the process of choosing to commit to a college program.

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8 responses to “The most honest thing Tom Lemming has ever uttered.

  1. Yeah but kids commit to schools, not coaches, so it’s all good. (/sarcasm)

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  2. Dog in Fla

    Candy Land – already under attack by O’Bannon and the savage Kessler – now has a Lemming piling on

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    • Interesting that you chose that pic. NCAA hasn’t been too keen in defending themselves. Custer left the gatling guns at home and instead had those single shot Springfields. Yikes. Wonder if O’Bannon is just buying time and is that is all. Can the NCAA really lose this? Where is Twistification when you need a historian? 😉

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  3. South FL Dawg

    There might be change, but before anything changes Mark Emmert will be sipping his beverage from a pineapple under a shady umbrella on the pool deck of his Costa Rican mansion.

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  4. Huntindawg

    You said this before – that a recruit can’t hire a lawyer during the recruiting process. Is there really a rule on this, or just a “position” by the NCAA (or somebody)? I have a hard time believing that someone can stop a recruit from hiring a lawyer to review paperwork or anything else for that matter.

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  5. Spike

    There is something wrong about the word “honest” and Tom Lemming in the same sentence.

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  6. Bulldog Joe

    “The NCAA’s official position is that high schoolers shouldn’t be allowed representation in the process of choosing to commit to a college program”

    … unless the player has no “knowledge” he is being represented. Then it is OK.

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