Julio Jones, Mark Ingram Case Resolved, but Did NCAA Make the Right Decision?

Posted by David Kutsch on September-3-2009 Add Comments

The University of Alabama announced the NCAA's ruling on the Julio Jones and Mark Ingram case last night. After all the work Alabama did in its investigation and the evidence collected was presented, the NCAA decided that both players' eligibility would be reinstated once they paid restitution in the amount in question (less than $100 each) to the charity of their own choosing.

That’s great, right? I mean, it all worked out in the end in favor of the players and the university, just as the athletic department said it would. 

So why do I still have a problem with the NCAA’s findings?

Pardon me a moment while I adjust my crimson-colored glasses.

According to the Birmingham News, the NCA...

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