You want violations? Ole Miss will give you violations.

How bad are the NCAA compliance issues plaguing Ole Miss?  This bad:

In order to resolve the women’s track and women’s basketball violations efficiently, the panel separated the case earlier this year when new potential allegations came to light in the football program, which required further investigation. The panel did not and will not review any information related to the football program until the university and enforcement staff have completed the investigation. The NCAA will not comment further on the status of the ongoing investigation.

In other words, there’s so much shit happening in Oxford, the NCAA had to split it into two separate investigations, because there was too much for them to handle in just one.

You know, maybe this is a fiendishly clever plot by the Rebels — have so much going on in minor programs that the NCAA never has the time to deal with football.  Brilliant!



Filed under SEC Football, The NCAA

15 responses to “You want violations? Ole Miss will give you violations.

  1. Castleberry

    So, what are the chances they have to forfeit the beatdown they put on us two weeks ago?


  2. Bulldog Joe

    Mississippi women’s track and women’s basketball are in deep trouble. 😉


  3. Uglydawg

    “Lackof institutional oversight” or something like that. They’re going to need a new coach…


    • OrlandoDawg

      They’ll fire a compliance person and the dude that manages Freeze’s twitter account.


      • Hey what are support staff for anyway, other than NCAA cannon fodder when things turn sideways? The rebelbears will find plenty of low level people to throw at the oncoming NCAA zombie horde to slow their progress.


  4. Bright Idea

    And we all thought banning flag sticks drew all of those great athletes to The Grove!


  5. AusDawg85

    Soooooo….is Hugh still accepting emails or is his inbox full?


  6. jollyrogerjay

    Stealing bammer recruits and whoopin’ them occasionally has its downfalls.


  7. Heyberto

    Football will be dealt with. The NCAA WILL have time for that shit!