The NCAA’s crack research staff

If you remember the chain of events that led to A.J. Green’s suspension a few years ago, this should resonate.

According to former Mason employees, once the school was able to establish amateurism, the NCAA moved on to an issue with Mayimba’s age. His official documents, including his birth certificate and passport, indicated he was 18 years old and therefore eligible to play at George Mason. However, Hewitt and Mayimba said the player signed up for an online dating site when Mayimba was 16. To be accepted for the service, Mayimba stated he was 18 at the time, which the NCAA accepted as proof Mayimba was actually 20 when he intended to enroll at George Mason.

“Literally the smoking gun, if you will, was the dating website,” Hewitt said. “Therence had logged into that and said he was 18 years old when he was actually 16 years old. All his official documentation was verified by all the necessary agencies, yet the NCAA rejects it.”

TMZ and dating websites.  Yep, these guys leave no stone unturned.

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3 responses to “The NCAA’s crack research staff

  1. "The" ChilliDawg

    Wanting to look at hot farm women will do that to you.

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  2. Debby Balcer

    Yet $cam was allowed to play.

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  3. Dawg in Austin

    Yeah, nobody lies on dating websites.

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