Saturday, May 28, 2016

Ole Miss responds to NCAA in an "exemplary" fashion.

Ole Miss responded to NCAA allegations of wrong doing in its athletic programs. The NCAA allegations and Ole Miss response are posted below.









43 comments:

The Arrogance of Freeze and Bjork said...

"Exemplary Fashion"? Not even laugh-worthy.

Anonymous said...

the University of. Mississippi ...where need money for hookers and blow is spelled "my moms rent and utilities"

Anonymous said...

Imagine a college that is supposed to be teaching our future leaders. It should be very easy to see what they are teaching them. No wonder we have so many crooks. The colleges are teaching them to be crooks.

Anonymous said...

Same institution that taught Thad Cochran to lie through his teeth.

Anonymous said...

How many scholarships will they have to lose for State to have a fair shot at beating them again during Dan's reign?

SharkBearRebBong said...

10:35 - take a look at last ten games and tell me how far ahead UMAA is. Then take a look at three in a row during last ten. Then get back to us. Mmm K Thanks.

Free cheese- Jay'ree Clower said...

Well . . . if anything,

Junior Samples and the rest of the Hee Haw folks at Starkpatch are having an all night hoedown in the barn.

Anonymous said...

The SEC is not going to add any additional sanctions. They know that we are probably the best overall athletic school in the conference. The SEC also knows that if we decided to leave the conference, other schools will follow Ole Miss's lead. I am not even sure the SEC can survive without the leadership and proud history of Ole Miss. HOTTY TODDY!!!1

Anonymous said...

"Leave the conference"?

Reality called - something about y'all's divorce.

Anonymous said...

6:09. You smoking the same stuff those Chimichanga boys are smoking 😂😂😂😂

Anonymous said...

6:09 is a troll trying to stir up some hate. Nice try troll. Head back over to the penny saver in Starkville. Lots of bargains to be had this weekend.

Anonymous said...

You WOULD think that an institution such as Ole Miss who is held in esteem by many all over the US with the medical and legal field that its alumni hold would the coaches accountable. For the coaches to assist and rig the tests so the undereducated athletes can gain a scholarship shows they care nothing for the students who can actually play sports AND make good grades. All universities (and I'm saying ALL) that do this are performing a grave disservice to higher education, not giving private school athletes a proper shot at playing sports in the collegiate level. Have we given into the "white shame" or are we slowly receding into what the Romans did with the Gladiators? Yes, these undereducated athletes are and will continue to get anything they want because there are alumni that continue to throw money to lure them. When college sports became a business, the sportsmanship left the building. Don't believe me? Check online and see how much each SEC school budgets for football ALONE.

Anonymous said...

Funny thing is....they cant even win big by cheating.

Note...if you are gonna play dirty....play dirty enough to make it worth the penalties.

Now you are just a bad cheater with a soon to be terrible team for years to come.

Guess there is always baseball.

Anonymous said...

Let's not forget that somewhere these coaches and athletic directors need to be held accountable and not just slapped on the hands. THEY ARE PUBLIC EMPLOYEES. If they are found guilty of committing crimes and yes they are crimes, they should be fired and all benefits, pensions and whatever the State offers and gives them revoked. A lot of private sector small business owners don't have the perks that state employees have. All we are doing is allowing uneducated students (helping with rigged ACT tests) take scholarships at state funded universities and we are condoning this in the name of trying to help the underprivileged. It should be a crime to accept a scholarship to a state funded university if you have cheated on your college entrance exam.

All of this is only a stepping stone for a coach or assistant coach to get better paying jobs at the cost of the state. Once the allegations are proven remove the athletes, remove the coaches and AD's and let's start educating our society. I know someone who eats lives and breathes college football wil have some good intellectual response to this. But the bottom line is this. The universities have become a revolving door for state employees (coaches) to advance off the sweat of athletes and the expense of taxpayers. That's how I see it.

Anonymous said...

Today's undereducated athlete is tomorrow's Thad Cochran primary runoff crossover voter. Throw 'em some walking around money and, bingo, its just like being back in Oxford! There is a plan!

Anonymous said...

6:09; Apparently you didn't get the memo that this situation is not being decided by the SEC. It's an NCAA matter. And for you goobers who think it's about MSU ratting out Ole Miss, think again. Conferences and schools all over the country have been on top of this situation for two years now and are interested in the outcome.

Many of the fans across the country who want this matter handled with an iron fist don't even know the difference between OM and MSU. Nobody likes a cheater.

Anonymous said...

The Reverend needs to join the Baylor Coach and be fired

Anonymous said...

Once Tunsil's monthly weed stipend gets factored in, the NCAA will have no choice but to nuke them from orbit. It's the only way to be sure.

Otherwise, they just keep cheating, hanging nooses, bribing judges, and biting the heads off hamsters.

Anonymous said...

When did people become so little and have such a boring life that they have to cheat just for the chance to set on the sofa, drink beer, stuff their fat asses and watch "college students" that can't print their own name or read it, chase a ball around a field?

Anonymous said...

The money in college sports has gotten out of hand -- shit can the TV contracts, commercial sponsorships, and all of the motivations to cheat. And all of these boosters who are re-living their youth, or trying to gain bragging rights by giving their team unfair advantages are pathetic. Get a life, its a game.

Anonymous said...

Hey 12:27! AMEN to that! That's all it boils down to and you hit it on the head

Anonymous said...

Why are all of the names blackened out? Why not let the world see what we are discussing? Are the people named against other people seeing what they have done? Are some students getting pissed because someone got more money then they did?
These people are crooks. Same as those who car jack on Jackson city streets, common thugs. Why not show their pictures just like you show other criminals?

Anonymous said...

Attn 12;27 The only animals that "SET' on sofas are hens.

Anonymous said...

Lot of talk in this thread about crimes being committed. When is our Attorney General gonna get off his arse and send these coaches and players to Parchman. Can't come soon enough.

Anonymous said...

Then there are those who separate hour and minutes with a colon.

Anonymous said...

Tom Brokaw was right . Ole Miss knows big words . Words like allegations, probation, suspension, criminality, loaner. They just don't know the word championship.

Anonymous said...

Lotsa black bear defenders here getting mad at posters for typos and spelling errers.

lulz at that your pretentiousness has been outed as being cheaters.

Here's hoping that your rich , corrupt ,lawyer ; alumni don't worm their weigh into the NCaA and by themselves a light penalty.

/don't worry scUM alumni, your think tank of cheating lawyers will figure out a work around after the hammer is dropped

Anonymous said...

The reality is that old times there are not forgotten in Dixieland. Look away, look away, look away, NCAA.

Anonymous said...

Hugh Freeze should resign.

Anonymous said...

Think about it a little. Grown men who have to cheat at a child's game. Should make any parent, school, family member real proud.
Both sides are the same. Those who paid and those who demanded to be paid. Real sportsmen. Now back to clubbing seals.

Anonymous said...

Perhaps the most important fact in all of this for the black bears: All this, and you still couldn't get to Atlanta. Think about that while you have another sip of boxed wine with your cold abner's chicken finger under that tent chandelier.

Anonymous said...

@11:31 You beat me to that comment! STILL have not gotten to Atlanta even with all that! LMAO!

Lumbergh said...

I got a kick out of how Ole Miss used one of the severe breaches of conduct (Level I) to remind the NCAA how strong their institutional control is. Ole Miss caught Tunsil with the first loaner car he received. They asked Tunsil and his coaches how long he had it. Based on the university's own admission, they decided it should not be reported to the NCAA based on the incorrect information provided by Tunsil AND HIS COACHES. Tunsil had the car for over 2 months at that point. One would think the University would amke sure that never happened again, but Tunsil was back in a free car within a month or two.

Coaches lied to the university about a kid with a free car, but hey, we have great institutional control!!

Anonymous said...

And our tax dollars help pay for shit like what's going on at ole miss and all of the other universities. No wonder the middle class is fed up

Anonymous said...

The NCAA has camped in Oxford for 3 years, and this is all they got on the football program? Really, this is all they got? This program is much cleaner than most SEC programs. All you doggies remember that MSU just came off probation for purchasing a player. The coaching staff was directly involved. It is obvious that OM has not bought players, and therefore had no competitive advantage.

Anonymous said...

8:50 -- No, it's not all they have. They also have your star left tackle admitting on national television that he regularly received walking around money from the coaching staff and assistant AD. In other words, more direct evidence that UM bought players. Which is why UM is now asking for time to brace itself for a second Notice of Allegations.

Anonymous said...

10:17. Second notice? lol. You have been reading and worse, believing, all those MSU fan boy sites. OM was going 74 miles per hour in a 70 mph speed zone. Will lose a few scholarships, like State did, but nothing to derail the program. Freeze came out well in this 3 year audit. Most significant violations were under Nutt and OM dealt with that assistant quickly and sent those players packing.

sorry, the sanctions will not allow MSU to catch up with OM. I know that is your only hope.

Anonymous said...

11:27 -- UM already has asked for additional time to respond to the Tunsil issue. So there's going to be a second notice. That's no longer debatable. Plus, UM's opening offer was 11 scholarships. If you have information suggesting NCAA is inclined to take that offer, please share.

BTW, this is coming from someone who went to school out of state, has been to a grand total of two college football games, and could not care less about who wins the Egg Bowl. I do agree that message board fans --yourself included-- are nuts. But one side has to be right here, and it's not yours.

Anonymous said...

@11:27 - besides having been called out already on the 2nd notice issue, please explain your math as to how you claim 'most significant violations were under Nutt" so that Freeze came out well. Haven't seen any objective opinions that agree with your calculation.

Anonymous said...

Kingfish, did I read correctly that Ole Miss has spent 1.5 million dollars on this investigation?

Am I correct that this is taxpayer money funding this?

Imagine if JSU had spent 1.5 million dollars trying to defend / cover up illegal football allegations. I can just imagine the article and the post's comments on here.

Anonymous said...

You bed wetters need to get up off the sofa, put down that beer, and do something real. There is more to life than playing games.

Anonymous said...

Just some observations that beg simple questions...

A public university has been accused of misconduct in the athletic program. Proof has been tendered.

A reply has been offered with what is some of the best legal whitewash I have read in quite some time.

Fans of said public university and rivals of this public university have posted very colorful comments.

$1.5 million dollars has allegedly been expended to answer allegations.

Was this money expended from the state coffers or the revenue from sports programs?

Why do we send our children to universities?

What is the mission of any university?

How many scholarships could be funded from $1.5 million dollars?



Anonymous said...

People...Freeze IS as stupid as he looks. #mistakesweremade

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