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(KATU)   NCAA can't punish Oregon because school doesn't agree with the punishment. Subby can't wait to try this strategy in traffic court   (katu.com ) divider line
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2012-12-20 09:37:12 AM  
subby fails miserably at reading comprehension and life.
 
2012-12-20 09:38:55 AM  
Stanford already punished them. Roll tide
 
2012-12-20 09:57:04 AM  

MrVeach: Stanford already punished them. Roll tide


Are you from Alabama? Went to Alabama University? Are you just a poser?
 
2012-12-20 10:05:18 AM  
Is this about that guy with the mysterious ability to persuade Texas kids to go to Eugene? I thought they looked into that and didn't find anything. I mean, I'm sure he's dirty, but that's only because I'm sure every major college sports program is dirty, not because I have any specific evidence.
 
2012-12-20 10:06:45 AM  

Dogfacedgod: MrVeach: Stanford already punished them. Roll tide

Are you from Alabama? Went to Alabama University? Are you just a poser?


Yes, no, and, no. Suck a dick
 
2012-12-20 10:18:57 AM  
There is no element of truth to this headline at all.
 
2012-12-20 10:35:22 AM  

Burr: MrVeach: Stanford already punished them. Roll tide

Tide Rolled


Correct. Rolled all the way to another championship game
 
2012-12-20 10:54:48 AM  
I live in SW Washington State, where bandwagon Ducks fans abound. When the Lyles thing came to light, these jackasses steadfastly clung to the following statement: "No way can this be true. We do things the right way. Everyone else is just jealous, that's why we were targeted." Putting aside the fact that there were already some indicators that things were getting a little loose (player theft of laptops, etc.), the Lyles thing seemed to disappear. When nothing happened right away, Duck Fan immediately went about proclaiming that they were exonerated. I had a hunch it hadn't gone away. When the NCAA goes dark on something, it usually means they do have something and are just lining things up. There is just enough surface stuff to justify digging deeper. What is sad is a complete lack of interest from the Pac 12 of doing anything because Oregon is now a perennial cash maker for the league.

I will admit to bias on this, due to my burning hatred of the Ducks (University of Washington '96), but believe me when I say that Oregon's fans and the sportsradio dorks are *worried* about this. Well, that and the fact that SEC whups them every time. Look to see Chip Kelly bolting to the NFL no matter how this turns out.
 
2012-12-20 11:12:34 AM  

Kell Hound: I live in SW Washington State, where bandwagon Ducks fans abound. When the Lyles thing came to light, these jackasses steadfastly clung to the following statement: "No way can this be true. We do things the right way. Everyone else is just jealous, that's why we were targeted." Putting aside the fact that there were already some indicators that things were getting a little loose (player theft of laptops, etc.), the Lyles thing seemed to disappear. When nothing happened right away, Duck Fan immediately went about proclaiming that they were exonerated. I had a hunch it hadn't gone away. When the NCAA goes dark on something, it usually means they do have something and are just lining things up. There is just enough surface stuff to justify digging deeper. What is sad is a complete lack of interest from the Pac 12 of doing anything because Oregon is now a perennial cash maker for the league.

I will admit to bias on this, due to my burning hatred of the Ducks (University of Washington '96), but believe me when I say that Oregon's fans and the sportsradio dorks are *worried* about this. Well, that and the fact that SEC whups them every time. Look to see Chip Kelly bolting to the NFL no matter how this turns out.


This story sounds familiar....

/Buckeyes Fan
 
2012-12-20 11:35:13 AM  

Kell Hound: I live in SW Washington State, where bandwagon Ducks fans abound. When the Lyles thing came to light, these jackasses steadfastly clung to the following statement: "No way can this be true. We do things the right way. Everyone else is just jealous, that's why we were targeted." Putting aside the fact that there were already some indicators that things were getting a little loose (player theft of laptops, etc.), the Lyles thing seemed to disappear. When nothing happened right away, Duck Fan immediately went about proclaiming that they were exonerated. I had a hunch it hadn't gone away. When the NCAA goes dark on something, it usually means they do have something and are just lining things up. There is just enough surface stuff to justify digging deeper. What is sad is a complete lack of interest from the Pac 12 of doing anything because Oregon is now a perennial cash maker for the league.

I will admit to bias on this, due to my burning hatred of the Ducks (University of Washington '96), but believe me when I say that Oregon's fans and the sportsradio dorks are *worried* about this. Well, that and the fact that SEC whups them every time. Look to see Chip Kelly bolting to the NFL no matter how this turns out.


I don't know what kind of idiots you associate with, but all the Duck fans I know have never thought the Lyles thing just went away. We are all aware that the NCAA was conducting a long term investigation.

And subby, serious question. Are you, in fact, retarded?
 
2012-12-20 12:12:08 PM  
I think Oregon/Nike may have a lot of dirt floating around.

A huge doing scandal involving the running programs up there in the next 10 years would not shock me.
 
2012-12-20 12:23:36 PM  

srhp29: I don't know what kind of idiots you associate with,


He already said: Duck fans. Swooshbags.
 
2012-12-20 12:31:08 PM  

Dogfacedgod: Went to Alabama University



WTF is "Alabama University?"

/ Roll Eagle?
 
2012-12-20 12:52:47 PM  

maxx2112: WTF is "Alabama University?"


It's where you get GED's in law.
 
2012-12-20 02:27:34 PM  

Kell Hound: I live in SW Washington State, where bandwagon Ducks fans abound. When the Lyles thing came to light, these jackasses steadfastly clung to the following statement: "No way can this be true. We do things the right way. Everyone else is just jealous, that's why we were targeted." Putting aside the fact that there were already some indicators that things were getting a little loose (player theft of laptops, etc.), the Lyles thing seemed to disappear. When nothing happened right away, Duck Fan immediately went about proclaiming that they were exonerated. I had a hunch it hadn't gone away. When the NCAA goes dark on something, it usually means they do have something and are just lining things up. There is just enough surface stuff to justify digging deeper. What is sad is a complete lack of interest from the Pac 12 of doing anything because Oregon is now a perennial cash maker for the league.

I will admit to bias on this, due to my burning hatred of the Ducks (University of Washington '96), but believe me when I say that Oregon's fans and the sportsradio dorks are *worried* about this. Well, that and the fact that SEC whups them every time. Look to see Chip Kelly bolting to the NFL no matter how this turns out.


First off, a last second field goal to lose to Auburn is hardly a whupp'n. secondly, Oregon hasn't lost to the SEC every time they played (actual record 3-5). Lastly, Washington's football program is a joke cough0and12cough and I think that you should probably be more worried about how the huskies fare even without sanctions than how oregon is going to do.
 
2012-12-20 04:46:41 PM  

ScouserDuck: Kell Hound: I live in SW Washington State, where bandwagon Ducks fans abound. When the Lyles thing came to light, these jackasses steadfastly clung to the following statement: "No way can this be true. We do things the right way. Everyone else is just jealous, that's why we were targeted." Putting aside the fact that there were already some indicators that things were getting a little loose (player theft of laptops, etc.), the Lyles thing seemed to disappear. When nothing happened right away, Duck Fan immediately went about proclaiming that they were exonerated. I had a hunch it hadn't gone away. When the NCAA goes dark on something, it usually means they do have something and are just lining things up. There is just enough surface stuff to justify digging deeper. What is sad is a complete lack of interest from the Pac 12 of doing anything because Oregon is now a perennial cash maker for the league.

I will admit to bias on this, due to my burning hatred of the Ducks (University of Washington '96), but believe me when I say that Oregon's fans and the sportsradio dorks are *worried* about this. Well, that and the fact that SEC whups them every time. Look to see Chip Kelly bolting to the NFL no matter how this turns out.

First off, a last second field goal to lose to Auburn is hardly a whupp'n. secondly, Oregon hasn't lost to the SEC every time they played (actual record 3-5). Lastly, Washington's football program is a joke cough0and12cough and I think that you should probably be more worried about how the huskies fare even without sanctions than how oregon is going to do.


www.hwdyk.com

Sounds like SEC has a discipline problem. Maybe that's why we beat them in football nearly half the time.

/not taking sides, just can't pass that up
 
2012-12-20 10:35:03 PM  
"Stanford already punished them. Roll tide"

this doesn't even make sense
 
2012-12-21 12:13:00 AM  

BigJake: "Stanford already punished them. Roll tide"

this doesn't even make sense


Well, yes, it does. It was kind of a big deal.

Although I was sad, because if Stanford hadn't beaten them, it could have set up a Kelly-Kelly title game. And anytime you can bring Kelly Kelly into a conversation, it's a good thing.
 
2012-12-21 12:40:18 AM  
"Well, yes, it does"

Not really. Alabama had nothing to do with it
 
2012-12-21 10:26:22 AM  

BigJake: "Well, yes, it does"

Not really. Alabama had nothing to do with it



Well, not on the front end, but without Stanford (and Baylor's) win, Bama would probably not be going to Miami.

So, Vote Rep Roll Tide!
 
2012-12-21 04:53:12 PM  
Being Nike's Halfassed Uniform Testing biatch is punishment enough for Oregon.
 
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