NCAA nails UO for tweeting infractions

Not a joke:

The tweets are secondary infractions – probably no penalty. Next Jim O’Fallon’s NCAA Infractions Committee will go after schools for giving their players textbooks. Oh, wait – he’s already done that. What a silly thing for a former Harvard Law fellow, noted first amendment scholar, and self-styled Frank Nash Professor of Law, Emeritus to spend his time on. But it does distract people from the NCAA’s real corruption – and presumably he has no trouble getting someone to pay for his Fiesta Bowl tickets.

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3 Responses to NCAA nails UO for tweeting infractions

  1. Anonymous says:

    Where’s case 2012-273?

  2. UO Matters says:

    Good question – make a public records request for the whole list of infractions, here:

    • Anonymous says:

      Somebody should. Doesn’t the IAC already have access to this, though? (We would have heard of anything interesting already, no?)

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