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NCAA investigating Tressel's days at Y-State

Discussion in 'ESPN's 04-05 war against tOSU and Tressel' started by GoofyBuckeye, Nov 22, 2004.

  1. Penguin-BUCK

    Penguin-BUCK Insider

    sigh

    Too bad for you they give out awards based on the quality of a post and not by the quantity of posts :tongue2:
     
  2. DiHard

    DiHard Guest

    get the fuck of goofy.....

    i stake my word that he knows his shit.....we have pm'ed and i am certain as to his validity....

    there are a "few" posters on here who actually do have inside information and goofy is one of them.....
     
  3. BuckeyeNation27

    BuckeyeNation27 Goal Goal USA! Staff Member

    depending on your definition of "inside" info, BretGoBlow is another one.
     
  4. LloydSev

    LloydSev DreamWeaver

    I hear ESPN has "Inside" information as well...

    Unfortunately, we know who ESPN's Insider is.. we don't know Goofy's and can't account for his validity as a source. Although the thread with the reply from the radio host mentions the Y-Town investigation as well.
     
  5. buckzip

    buckzip Reeking with awesomeness

    I enjoy reading what goofy has to say, I don't know if he is accurate, but I he is certainly spending too much time to be lying.

    Some people believe that JT is up on such a high pedestal, that he never could have, or will ever do anything wrong.

    We all hope this goes away, but unless Scully,and Mulder come around, "the truth is out there"
     
  6. Buckeyeskickbuttocks

    Buckeyeskickbuttocks Z --> Z^2 + c Staff Member

    I'll say it again, Goof isn't just spouting off. He may not have everything right with regard to how the NCAA works, and I don't think ANY of us do - or at least very few. But, if he says he's got people on the inside, he does. Like I said, I've known Goof for 4 almost 5 years, and he doesn't bullshit for the sake of bullshitting.
     
  7. GoofyBuckeye

    GoofyBuckeye Nutis Maximus

    I appreciate those that are backing me up. For what it's worth to the skeptics out there, I have no reason at all to make any of it up or take partial info and make more out of it than it is. I'm not looking for a 5 minute high of being "one of the cool guys" or something by posting this shit. I mean, what am I gaining here besides negativity from alot of people? I'm not trying to sell something like ESPN. I don't have freelance reporters digging shit up.

    Believe me, I'm not going to say everything cause that's just plain irresponsible but I felt it was right to let some of you know what is happening so far. It kills me to know that Tressel isn't the angel we all thought he was, believe me. I've been trying to talk myself into believing otherwise since I started having casual conversations with some people close to me who have nothing to gain by lying to me either. This is family I'm talking about.

    Again, take it for what it's worth but just prepare yourselves for some unexpected things that may come out of the woodwork.
     
  8. 3yardsandacloud

    3yardsandacloud Administrator Emeritus

    Well, I'm not trying to discredit what Goofy is saying. I just believe that the NCAA only has authority over institutions not individuals. While I wouldn't bet my life on anything the NCAA does, I'm 99% sure of this fact. This only means that the NCAA will put pressure (sanctions or threat of sanctions) on an institution to punish individuals. The rest I just posted as information regarding the YSU/NCAA investigation.
     
  9. estesbuckeye

    estesbuckeye Newbie

    Didn't Washington received some recruiting restrictions when they hired neuhiesel because of his activities at Coloardo?

    Looks to me like somebody wants Tressel out and they are trying to build a case against him that will pressure tOSU to let him go.

    Thanks for the info.
     
  10. strohs

    strohs Go Bucks!

    That is what it looks like, scary shit.
     
  11. Folanator

    Folanator Brawndo's got electrolytes...

    Goofy or DH. Is this the same crap that the Meatchicken boards have been talking about for a few weeks?
     
  12. DiHard

    DiHard Guest

    i dont tend to cruise the scum boards....so i dont know.....
     
  13. MililaniBuckeye

    MililaniBuckeye The satanic soulless freight train that is Ohio St Staff Member Tech Admin

    Folks need to keep in mind that Tressel/YSU already were found "guilty" of no more than "a lack of institutional control", which is a fancy phrase for "you just need to be a little bit more careful in day-to-day operations".
     
  14. GoofyBuckeye

    GoofyBuckeye Nutis Maximus

    I don't cruise the Vulvarine boards either so I have no idea what they would be saying.

    3 yards, that NCAA report you pasted had the Harrick Jr. penalty.

    The former assistant men's basketball coach will be informed in writing by the NCAA that, due to his involvement in certain NCAA violations found in this case, if he seeks employment or affiliation in an athletically related position at an NCAA member institution during a seven-year period (April 17, 2004, to April 16, 2011), he and the involved institution shall be requested to appear before the Committee on Infractions to consider whether the member institution should be subject to the show-cause procedures of Bylaw 19.5.2.2-(1), which could limit his athletically related duties at the new institution for a designated period.
    *

    This says that any NCAA member institution that wants to hire him has to come before a committee to see whether or not that college could use Harrick as a coach or not. Basically, the bylaw says that the NCAA has the power over any member institution (which is any institution that has a sports program) to not allow that college to hire Harrick for a job in athletics and that there could be a designated amount of time before he could coach athletics at that school. It is a way for the college to be screened as to why they are hiring him. They can hire him as a teacher only (which we know isn't going to happen for Harrick) and not as a coach unless they give the ok. So the NCAA is imposing this suspension, not any particular institution.

    I googled the bylaw and found several cases where a coach was suspended by the NCAA and their reinstatement in athletics is up to them to decide, within the boundaries of the suspension term. I even found a case where the female coach for the woman's basketball team at Stenson was suspended from athletics for 5 years.

    I didn't find anything relating to the Neuheisal hiring at Washington and whether the huskies would have to encounter initial penalties for his hiring. I don't think that's true. He was never put on any individual suspension or probation by the NCAA.
     
  15. 3yardsandacloud

    3yardsandacloud Administrator Emeritus

    Yes Goofy ... I guess we're just talking symantics. The NCAA can force member institutions to behave a certain way. That means for all intents and purposes the NCAA can prevent a coach from coaching (at an NCAA member institution) by not allowing that school to use him as a coach. Or the institution must show reason why the coach should be allowed to perform coaching duties.
     

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