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NCAA corruption case poised to take down Hall of Fame coaches, top programs 7 months 3 weeks ago #273650

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NCAA corruption case poised to take down Hall of Fame coaches, top programs 7 months 3 weeks ago #273663

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RedStormNC wrote: Shaq's son just decommitted from Arizona.....

A power forward

www.espn.com/mens-college-basketball/sto...dcats-amid-fbi-probe


I was just going to post about this RedstormNC. Does either Mully or Mitch have relationship with Dad???

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NCAA corruption case poised to take down Hall of Fame coaches, top programs 7 months 3 weeks ago #273664

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So Miller will not coach tonight but the player who he was giving the ok to get paid on the wiretap Dandre Ayton is allowed to play?? Miles Bridges is playing also.

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NCAA corruption case poised to take down Hall of Fame coaches, top programs 7 months 3 weeks ago #273665

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Knight wrote: Zachary reports
Chris Mullin said he isn't concerned scandal will include St. John's at some point. #sjubb


Mullin has no clue how to "buy" talent. He banished the only guy on staff that had any experience in that area according to Logen,;)
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NCAA corruption case poised to take down Hall of Fame coaches, top programs 7 months 3 weeks ago #273704

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Class of 72 wrote: Mullin has no clue how to "buy" talent. He banished the only guy on staff that had any experience in that area according to Logen,;)


Logen isn't wrong.
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NCAA corruption case poised to take down Hall of Fame coaches, top programs 7 months 3 weeks ago #273729

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billthetruth wrote: Respectfully disagree GMAN. Miller ain’t only big time coach on wiretaps. FBI has NCAA by the balls in vice grip.

Many big time programs face a lot of trouble

Wire taped recording don’t lie. Ask mafia. That makes all the rats jump ship

A lot of coaches are going to be singing to try to save their own butts


We aren’t disagreeing. I said it would only be a big deal if they had proof the coaches knew otherwise it would be slaps on the wrist for schools who could plead ignorance.

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NCAA corruption case poised to take down Hall of Fame coaches, top programs 7 months 3 weeks ago #273731

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Paultzman wrote: Seton Hall is hiring outside firm to conduct internal investigation


Strange fallouts for Seton Hall?

Maybe they will have to relinguish their 2017-18 Ws and then, wow, we get two more Ws in return I suppose!
We unexpectedly become 15-13 and tourney bound lol

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NCAA corruption case poised to take down Hall of Fame coaches, top programs 7 months 3 weeks ago #273732

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gman wrote:

billthetruth wrote: Respectfully disagree GMAN. Miller ain’t only big time coach on wiretaps. FBI has NCAA by the balls in vice grip.

Many big time programs face a lot of trouble

Wire taped recording don’t lie. Ask mafia. That makes all the rats jump ship

A lot of coaches are going to be singing to try to save their own butts


We aren’t disagreeing. I said it would only be a big deal if they had proof the coaches knew otherwise it would be slaps on the wrist for schools who could plead ignorance.



AND there are other sneaker companies yet to step up to the FBI plate with more runners, agents, coaches, kids and wiretaps. Who sang “ We’ve Only Just Begun”???
( Was it Karen Carpenter RIP )

The Sean Millers and Rick Pitinos of the world must be sooo smug and brazen that they continue to sleep well at night and continue to deny, deny, deny... maybe the Russians and Chinese hacked and fabricated the FBI wiretaps,
Yeah right :silly:
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(MSG) Seton Hall, Sat. Feb. 24, 12 NOON, FOX/570AM 7 months 3 weeks ago #273733

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Paul Massell wrote: Of this newest list I wonder how much of it actually indicts the schools since I assume these "loans" are based upon the players getting a professional contract.



Paul, here is what the average person does not understand. Calapari and other coaches have been encouraging recruits to hook up with agents so that they can claim ignorance when the dam breaks. Miller only got caught because it is on tape..

I went to the St. Johns/Kentucky game in Lexington during Lavin's second year, when Dunlap was coaching. In the restaurant before the game, damn near every Kentucky players' family and girlfriends were there being entertained by Worldwide Wes. Now, I am not a genius, but I know all of these people could not afford to make this trip in the middle of the week. This has been going on for a very long time.
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(MSG) Seton Hall, Sat. Feb. 24, 12 NOON, FOX/570AM 7 months 3 weeks ago #273747

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panther2 wrote:

Paul Massell wrote: Of this newest list I wonder how much of it actually indicts the schools since I assume these "loans" are based upon the players getting a professional contract.



Paul, here is what the average person does not understand. Calapari and other coaches have been encouraging recruits to hook up with agents so that they can claim ignorance when the dam breaks. Miller only got caught because it is on tape..

I went to the St. Johns/Kentucky game in Lexington during Lavin's second year, when Dunlap was coaching. In the restaurant before the game, damn near every Kentucky players' family and girlfriends were there being entertained by Worldwide Wes. Now, I am not a genius, but I know all of these people could not afford to make this trip in the middle of the week. This has been going on for a very long time.


Kind of ironic that Miller doesn't coach against Oregon who on scale (Nike money) might be the dirtiest program of all yet look like they are on the side of the angels in this moment against AZ. Almost seems like this is all a Nike conspiracy to take down Adidas via the FBI. Wes is a Nike friend.
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