“Isaiah went and fought so that organizations like the NCAA can exist…”

And the NCAA deeply appreciates your service, son.


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26 responses to ““Isaiah went and fought so that organizations like the NCAA can exist…”

  1. Herschel Talker

    I thought nothing could be more ridiculous than Cream Cheese Bagelgate. I stand corrected.

  2. Debby Balcer

    Unbelievable. The NCAA keeps getting it wrong.

  3. The other Doug

    It would be great if everyone up his chain of command including the President took the time to write a letter of recommendation.

  4. Russ

    Why is this even a story? The fact that it’s even in the news just shows how inept the NCAA is. But now that it’s in the news, there should be a follow announcement from Stacey tomorrow that he’s been fully cleared to play CBB.

    The NCAA continues to shit and fall in it.

  5. Connor

    The only silver lining I can see to stories like this is that an organization so consistently moronic and tone-deaf can’t last for much longer.

    • Dolly Llama

      Connor, I think there must be SOME type of organization like this, to act as a ruleskeeper. But THIS organization? No. Not without a restructuring. College athletics has become too complex for today’s NCAA.

  6. Bright Idea

    Oakland admits him but NCAA says his high school wasn’t focused on college prep? WTF?


    We play Oakland in hoops this year. Would love to see Him playing for Oakland and get a good ovation from the Georgia crowd.

  8. The NCAA … bunch of damn idiots

  9. 69Dawg

    Good lord the NCAA is perhaps one of the worst bureaucracies that ever existed. They are under attack from every quarter but still enforce each rule as if were on a tablet from on high. One call from one congressman telling the NCAA that if they don’t straighten their stuff out a bill will be introduced to revoke their tax exempt status and they can kiss their hopes for some anti-trust relief goodbye. That’s all it would take.

  10. Macallanlover

    NCAA should be flooded with calls/emails from outraged fans. The one thing those jerks understand is where their salaries come from, and fans/ratings are a huge part of it. Think the schools should give them an ultimatum and get this fixed. Are we now going to pretend that all eligible student athletes are scholars and were prepared by their HS to do college level work? Seriously?

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