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Steve Fisher (cheater)

Discussion in 'Buckeye Basketball' started by Jagdaddy, Mar 16, 2011.

  1. Jagdaddy

    Jagdaddy Senior

    Just out of curiosity, is anyone else here besides me still venegeful enough about 1992 to hope that the Bucks get a chance to pimp slap Steve Fisher's SDSU team specifically in the national semi-finals?
     
  2. GeorgiaBuck2

    GeorgiaBuck2 Lets Go!

    Sure, I definitely wouldn't mind that scenario.
     
  3. MaxBuck

    MaxBuck 2014 National Champions!

    Yes, because playing SDSU would mean an easy Buckeye win. Otherwise, couldn't care less.
     
  4. ScriptOhio

    ScriptOhio Everybody is somebody else's weirdo.

    San Diego State under investigation by NCAA for potential violations

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    The San Diego State men's basketball program is under investigation by the NCAA for potential rules violations allegedly committed by the staff, multiple sources told CBS Sports.

    A source said the potential violations include possible improper benefits to prospects.

    In theory, a source said, the NCAA could eventually charge SDSU with Level 1 violations.

    According to the NCAA, Level 1 violations are violations "that seriously undermine or threaten the integrity of the NCAA collegiate model as set forth in the Constitution and bylaws, including any violation that provides or is intended to provide a substantial or extensive recruiting, competitive or other advantage, or a substantial or extensive impermissible benefit."

    SDSU officials declined comment Tuesday when contacted by CBS Sports.

    San Diego State's program is led by Steve Fisher, who previously had NCAA issues after guiding Michigan to the 1989 national title. Fisher was fired in October 1997 because of his connection to what's commonly called the "Ed Martin Scandal." Martin, now deceased, provided improper benefits to several Michigan players, including Chris Webber. The NCAA's investigation resulted in the Wolverines vacating their 1992 and 1993 Final Fours.

    Fisher has been San Diego State's head coach since 1999.

    Entire article: http://www.cbssports.com/collegebasketball/eye-on-college-basketball/25303032/san-diego-state-under-investigation-by-ncaa-for-potential-violations
     
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  5. Buckeyeskickbuttocks

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

    The original "Michigan Man"
     
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  6. Fungo Squiggly

    Fungo Squiggly Mortal enemy of all things Bucky Yahoo Pickem Champ Former Game Champion '18 Keeper League Champ '18 BPCFFB II Champ

  7. Saw31

    Saw31 High Seas Rogue

    Timeout.

    He did it again?





    EDIT: Sorry. I was out of timeouts...
     
  8. MoCoBuck

    MoCoBuck ...down in the hills.

    ...and yet this turd burglar is still leading a college sports program. What is wrong with this picture?
     
  9. starBUCKS

    starBUCKS BPCFFB League #2 League Champion 2008 & 2010

  10. MaxBuck

    MaxBuck 2014 National Champions!

    The man is 72 years old, which came as a shock to me.

    Doesn't look a day over 104.
     
  11. DZ83CK

    DZ83CK Not Banned

  12. NFBuck

    NFBuck Total Coverage.

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  13. LitlBuck

    LitlBuck I Don't Want Any Trouble but People Need Banners!

    It is embarrassing that they would "honor" Fisher and that team but what else would you expect from that place.
     

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