Kenneth Caldwell, the sports agency representative at the center of the recruiting scandal which has resulted in Central Florida's football and men's basketball receiving a one-year postseason ban, has taken to Twitter to voice his displeasure over the NCAA's ruling.
No way in the world the NCAA should have banned basketball or football. Smh— kenneth caldwell (@kencaldwell2003) July 31, 2012
I'm going to show what the NCAA didn't want people to see... I always said I had Proof now it is time to show it.— kenneth caldwell (@kencaldwell2003) July 31, 2012
#bad decision NCAA
The NCAA has made a big mistake. Now it is my turn.... And I won't hold back this time.— kenneth caldwell (@kencaldwell2003) July 31, 2012
I'm no expert on dealing with the NCAA, but I'm not sure vague threats are the correct play here. Especially when the vague threats are being made by a twice convicted criminal.
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