Now, on to the next NCAA ban

Jim Harbaugh’s coming up with new tests faster than they can outlaw the old ones.

It’s like whack-a-mole with a recruiting budget.

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5 responses to “Now, on to the next NCAA ban

  1. Dylan Dreyer's Booty

    Why not? They let Paula Poundstone give commencement speeches; Harbaugh couldn’t be any worse. I had forgotten about CMR, and there is irony in the fact that the NCAA saw evil in Richt simply attending Burnette’s graduation (but that would have been ‘Okay’ if was Valedictorian) but will let Harbaugh be a commencement speaker at a school with several prospects in attendance. Too bad Mel Brooks is past his prime; the movie he could he could make about the NCAA would be great.

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  2. I Wanna Red Cup

    Article comments on CMR being prohibited from attending Chris Burnette’s graduation. How can NCAA now allow Harbaugh ?

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    • Jasonc

      Because the NCAA has established a precedence in screwing UGA over time-and-time again with petty stuff that they later allow others to get away with.

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  3. Dog in Fla

    “Commencement is an academic ceremony….I’m not a football guy, but I know a great educator when I see one, and he always impressed me as a great educator and great leader.”

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  4. Debby Balcer

    Can we say situational ethics. The NCAA is consistently inconsistent.

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