Making it up as they go along

The ultimate iteration of “amateurism is what the NCAA says it is”:

“Guardrails” sounds like it’s the new buzzword.  What’s the over/under on the number of months before everyone knows it’s overused?

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8 responses to “Making it up as they go along

  1. What’s the danger zone Emmert is trying protect student-athletes from? Coming from the same organization that said you could have bagels but not cream cheese or said that a prospective student-athlete could eat free at a school-sponsored tailgate but the parents couldn’t sounds to me like dumb rules that will require an army of compliance people to enforce. I’m sure Alabama and Auburn (among others) are going to have the same focus on enforcement and compliance that everyone else has.

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    • rigger92

      Ha, your rant makes me think that the NCAA should recruit some IRS employees to write the code to their policy. That’ll teach member institutions and the states to rock the boat…..

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    • Anon

      “Dumb Rules full of dumber compliance People”. Hmmmm. Sounds eerily to familiar to what rat of America has now. So pretty much I am for it. Why spare these teenagers from the same shit is normal people deal with daily. Bring it the fuck on. Sort of like Gay marriage. I’m for it….Gays deserve to be as miserable as the rest of us.

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  2. Hogbody Spradlin

    Months?

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  3. debbybalcer

    He needs to be involved so his enforcement people can keep their jobs. He has to keep the NCAA relevant.

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  4. Munsoning

    O/U 0.5 months. I’ll take the under.

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  5. uga97

    Reactive leadership ….exact same approach needed with schools like Penn State. What a pug with his startrek clingon eyebrows.

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  6. mg4life0331

    I’m just shocked the Government and other bureaucrats can’t find the simple solutions here. Their track record is rock solid. I’m surprised everyone doesn’t have the same confidence in their ability.

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