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Don't see anything mentioned about illegal off season work outs did you link the wrong article?

Read between the lines..

"The NCAA cited major violations by the football program and other sports last year and placed the school on probation for three years and imposed other sanctions".

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Read between the lines..

"The NCAA cited major violations by the football program and other sports last year and placed the school on probation for three years and imposed other sanctions".

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In its analysis of the Boise State case, the committee noted the university’s failure to monitor the activities of football prospects before enrollment; the serious nature of the violations; the competitive advantage that resulted from the violations; and the failure of the athletics department to listen to warnings and provide the appropriate response when alerted to potential violations by the NCAA. These factors contributed to the committee’s ruling that Boise State lacked institutional control, a finding which was not appealed.

The Boise State infractions case involved a series of major violations with more than 75 prospects and student-athletes in five sports over the course of five years. Multiple recruiting violations were found, including impermissible lodging and transportation. Other violations involved impermissible practice sessions

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Sounds like a BE conference issue by the time anything hits BSU.

This is it. This is what you get for freshman sleeping on couches and eating happy meals.

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In its analysis of the Boise State case, the committee noted the university’s failure to monitor the activities of football prospects before enrollment; the serious nature of the violations; the competitive advantage that resulted from the violations; and the failure of the athletics department to listen to warnings and provide the appropriate response when alerted to potential violations by the NCAA. These factors contributed to the committee’s ruling that Boise State lacked institutional control, a finding which was not appealed.

The Boise State infractions case involved a series of major violations with more than 75 prospects and student-athletes in five sports over the course of five years. Multiple recruiting violations were found, including impermissible lodging and transportation. Other violations involved impermissible practice sessions

Ya those impermissible practice sessions for the women's tennis team really helped the football program. Some of those girls are hot and a little eye candy for the boys is exactly why the Broncos dominated the WAC.

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If Boise gets these penalties for couches and happy meals then Miami deserves the death penalty and North Carolina deserves to have their athletic department nuked.

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BSU deserves these sanctions. Their lack of insitiutional control caused this to happen and BSU did gain a competitive advantage as the result of their actions. I'm sure they will be watched closely in the future.

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The issues in football were resolved UNTIL the issues in the other sports came to light. ONLY then did the NCAA take the previously worked deal off the table and throw the book.

BSU deserved penalties but they are excessive:

The Infractions Appeals Committee in June called the penalty “excessive” and an “abuse of discretion.” It sent the case back to the COI for reconsideration.

Read more here: http://voices.idahostatesman.com/2012/10/10/ccripe/ncaa_reaffirms_ninescholarship_penalty_boise_state_football_team?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+IdahoStatesmanBroncoBeat+%28IdahoStatesman.com+Bronco+Beat%29#wgt=rss#storylink=cpy

One area of the NCAA agreed the penalties WERE excessive. Most people agree. Only a handful think they are reasonable given the violations. That said BSU isn't appealing and we have just one more year of reduced scholies.

For those dancing in glee over this, someday you may be on the receiving end of the arbitrary and uneven enforcement the NCAA doles out.

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I'm still shocked at the lack of coaching accountability. I mean, CP had to know what was going on, yet not one Bronco has attributed any blame to him whatsoever. Not one.

I can guarantee you if Robb Akey was our coach he would have been fired.

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