Typical. Screw the players that had absolutely nothing to do with an assistant coach violating his ethics, which provided no competitive advantage whatsoever. Absurd overkill, and an ineffective deterrent. The players were the victims of the ethical violation! Now re-victimized.
A full Friday with media appearances from the Aztecs! While you wait: ♢ Most recent episode of Around the Mesa with Stacey Nuveman Deniz- https://t.co/s6GlcV8gz2 ♢ Chris Acker on @XTRA1360 this AM: https://t.co/lJuLrCwuYb #GoAztecs
RIP Johnny Majors. One of my all-time favorite coaches to interview before two Iowa State-San Diego State football games (both Aztec wins). Personable, forthcoming, good sense of humor, helpful. I was --and remain-- a huge fan of Johnny Majors . . the player, the coach, the man.
The NCAA put out a statement recently on injustice and inequality. There are immediate actions the NCAA can take regarding recital inequality in enforcement, eligibility, opportunity and representation. Richard Lapchick writes here on representation. https://t.co/h178X3JwZx
6-10 high school senior Frank Anselem, as expected, picks Syracuse over SDSU, Georgia and New Mexico. Once the Aztecs landed 6-10 grad transfer Joshua Tomaic from Maryland, Anselem likely would have been a redshirt candidate.
Making billions of dollars selling “amateur” players in media rights deals, apparel deals, and merchandising deals (to name a few), while restricting only those players to expenses, is NOT a “model.” It is a violation of federal antitrust law. https://t.co/paTWEeNO1O