College Football: Why The NCAA Is Destroying Their Credibility and Integrity

Posted by Mike Reiter on December-23-2010 Add Comments

The NCAA has now taken the approach that only one thing will dictate the actions that they take. The actual rules will have no impact. The penalties broken will have no impact. The rulings by the NCAA are dictated by one thing, and it’s the root of all evil, Money. But it’s not like they care about credibility or integrity to begin with.

The NCAA has stated that the Ohio State football players who sold their own property for thousands of dollars will be forced to repay what they got, and be suspended for the first five weeks of next season.  But they will be able to play in the Sugar Bowl on January 4th.

Are. You. Kidding. Me?
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