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From the story:
The NCAA national office has uncovered an issue of improper conduct within its enforcement program that occurred during the University of Miami investigation. Former NCAA enforcement staff members worked with the criminal defense attorney for Nevin Shapiro to improperly obtain information for the purposes of the NCAA investigation through a bankruptcy proceeding that did not involve the NCAA.
As it does not have subpoena power, the NCAA does not have the authority to compel testimony through procedures outside of its enforcement program. Through bankruptcy proceedings, enforcement staff gained information for the investigation that would not have been accessible otherwise.
NCAA president Mark Emmert dropped some huge news on the college football world Wednesday afternoon. The investigators tied to the Miami case had stepped outside their jurisdiction in order to gain information against Miami. Whoops!
Looks like the NCAA is going to use the Chewbacca Defense against itself...
Sounds like Cleveland State is f@^ked!
The 19 U fans collective sigh of relief.
You can already hear the Cane fans celebrating.
"Yeah, we cheated and even though the NCAA has proof we cheated they still can't sanction us for it!"
i wish someone would investigate the NCAA for the shenanigans that went on behind the scenes with the OSU investigation. Those sanctions were too light! Every person on the board had ties to OSU's AD. the NCAA is corrupt!
This post was edited by WolverineCard on 1/23/2013 at 3:11 PM
I think each NCAA rep is going to investigate him or her self. If they just ask themselves the right and quick questions it should be no problem clearing themselves from any wrong doing.
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