Kenneth Caldwell Responds To NCAA Sanctions Against Central Florida

Mar 9, 2012; Memphis, TN, USA; UCF Knights head coach Donnie Jones in the game against the Memphis Tigers during the second half of the semi finals of the Conference USA Tournament at the FedEx Forum. The Memphis Tigers defeated the UCF Knights 83-52. Mandatory Credit: Spruce Derden-US PRESSWIRE

Sports agency representative Kenneth Caldwell has taken to Twitter to protest the one-year postseason ban handed to Central Florida's men's basketball and football teams by the NCAA.

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.

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.

For more on Central Florida football and basketball, be sure to visit SB Nation Tampa Bay.

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