LMAO. Like this is supposed to be news to anyone.
Mike Glazier, Missouri’s attorney who has been helping schools out of infractions jams for the last 32 years, reacted to the verdict with a new outlook on how to deal with the NCAA. He told CBS Sports that he will advise schools in the future that they “will probably not get credit” for cooperating with the NCAA.
“What I’ve always been hopeful of being able to say to [clients] is, ‘When you cooperate, you’re going to get credit for doing it.’ I still have to tell them they have to cooperate. But when they say, ‘Am I going to get credit?’ my answer is going to be, ‘I — under the current system — cannot guarantee that. My experience is that you will probably not get credit.”
Okay, well, maybe that’s news to Greg McGarity.