Good reporting by HBO and SportsbyBrooks. Recruiting is a scary business, and I for one and happy to believe Mack tries his best to stay away from these kind of shenanigans.
Of course the NCAA will continue to deny all this and do nothing, right? The lack of control that got USC in trouble won't play here because...uhhh....yea....$EC?
What do you guys think of this practice? We see players transfer from UT, does Mack push them there or does the athlete just see green pastures elsewhere?
I think it's pretty horrendous to teach young men that our word means nothing more than a pile of poo, personally...
Football most people knew but I think the new take on basketball will be a lot of grueling fun. Helpful with recruiting too.
"The basketball teams will play 18 league games instead of 16 and will still have a postseason tournament. Each team will play all league opponents at home and away - meaning a powerhouse program like Kansas will visit each Big 12 arena annually."
Wish I was still a student now.....
He is taking an official visit this weekend. I heard he reached out to us but we told him scholarships were tight and we had to wait for Hicks. With Hicks taking his time, I'm sure we have dropped all possibilites of a Nelson afterthought.
Question becomes would we rather have 'Mr.Aggie' spurn our little brother rival for our bigger rival or stay where he is?
interesting part: Team officials said a mix-up involving an extension Scott thought he had from a professor on vacation contributed to his situation. When the NCAA couldn't confirm he'd completed the course, it meant he didn't have the minimum credits for a third-year player.
Couldn't the NCAA confirm it within the 6 months they have between grades being turned in and the bowl season?!?!? They are so tight on their rules they refuse to use logic and look at things in a case-by-case situation.