Improper Benefits at Ohio State, Improper Punishment from NCAA

Posted by Brian on December-23-2010 Add Comments

As taught in any psychology class, punishment carries more of an impact when immediately following the action for which the punishment is being given. 

So why will the NCAA allow more than half of a year to pass before punishment is handed out to five Ohio State football players—excluding the actual repayment of benefits received, which should be deemed as a no-brainer and not a real punishment—for violating NCAA rules?
Well, according the NCAA release, the players "did not receive adequate rules education" from the school at the time of the transgressions.
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