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dannyz 03-21-2011 11:33 PM

Ohio State might get a USC type Punishment
 
This could be one of the big stories about to Break.http://sportales.com/football/source...jor-sanctions/

* All victories from the 2009 and 2010 season will be vacated
* Will not be televised for the 2011 season
* Will not be allowed to partake in post season bowl games for 2011 or 2012.
* Will lose 10 scholarships in 2011, and 5 per year in 2012 and 2013.
I will be pissed if they don't put the Ohio State - Nebraska Game on TV.

JoeJoeBrown 03-22-2011 09:27 AM

This link is about as stupid as it gets. It's just some guy hypothesizing.

And dannyz, it's Ohio State. Ohio is a different school all together.

HindSight 03-22-2011 10:53 AM

they really swung for the fences on that one

dannyz 03-22-2011 12:26 PM

I just saw it and posted it here.

P-L 03-22-2011 01:30 PM

There is no way that's true. That would be the harshest punishment the NCAA has handed out since the SMU death penalty. Why would Ohio State have to vacate 2009 wins when all of the violations happened in 2010?

iowatreat54 03-22-2011 01:35 PM

Just curious, how would the NCAA enforce them not being on TV? I mean for like the BTN they could, but what if like NBC wants to show the game? The NCAA would have absolutely no way to punish NBC for showing the game, would they?

Maybe if it's a network that has other contracts with the NCAA/schools (like NBC with ND) they could have something in those that they can do something, but I just don't get how that can be enforced..

descendency 03-22-2011 02:00 PM

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Originally Posted by JoeJoeBrown (Post 2561509)
Ohio is a different school all together.

But every group of graduates spell O-H-I-O :(

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This article is BS. I hate tOSU as much as most michigan fans, but literally no one else is even willing to speculate this is coming. It's just something they made up.

edit: When the article was first posted, it was full of spelling errors and such. No respectable journalist would ever release a story with that many errors.

MichaelJordanEberle (sabf) 03-22-2011 02:21 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by P-L (Post 2561706)
There is no way that's true. That would be the harshest punishment the NCAA has handed out since the SMU death penalty. Why would Ohio State have to vacate 2009 wins when all of the violations happened in 2010?

Because **** OSU, that's why.

marks01234 04-09-2011 11:50 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by P-L (Post 2561706)
There is no way that's true. That would be the harshest punishment the NCAA has handed out since the SMU death penalty. Why would Ohio State have to vacate 2009 wins when all of the violations happened in 2010?

UNC is going to set the new standard as far as punishments.

OSU won't be to far behind though.

wicket 04-10-2011 02:13 AM

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Originally Posted by iowatreat54 (Post 2561714)
Just curious, how would the NCAA enforce them not being on TV? I mean for like the BTN they could, but what if like NBC wants to show the game? The NCAA would have absolutely no way to punish NBC for showing the game, would they?

Maybe if it's a network that has other contracts with the NCAA/schools (like NBC with ND) they could have something in those that they can do something, but I just don't get how that can be enforced..

well its pretty easy, Ohio State would have to accept the film crews on campus so they have it pretty easy for home games, road games might be a tougher story

yodabear 04-10-2011 01:36 PM

And that TV thing would be stupid as ****. Why punish the other teams like Nebraska, Michigan, Wisconsin, and others by not putting them on TV when they nothing wrong?

wordofi 04-10-2011 07:22 PM

Kind of surprising that they didn't wait until they started to suck like they did with USC.

cajuncorey 04-10-2011 10:08 PM

cheat to win!

Tom Servo 04-12-2011 11:38 PM

Wouldn't matter. Bucks would still own the Big Ten.

CrankthatCrabtree 04-25-2011 11:55 PM

Its a hard rain a coming in tOSU.

Tressel shows what a ************* scumbag he is. So awesome. All those tOSU snobs who would stick their nose up at the SEC can now choke on a dick

FUNBUNCHER 05-23-2011 11:17 PM

For Tressel covering up that he had players selling merchandize to pay for tattoos?? LOL

No way OSU gets that level of disciplinary action from the NCAA.

CashmoneyDrew 05-23-2011 11:35 PM

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Originally Posted by FUNBUNCHER (Post 2604730)
For Tressel covering up that he had players selling merchandize to pay for tattoos?? LOL

No way OSU gets that level of disciplinary action from the NCAA.

You should probably read up a little more on the story if you think that's all that is going on here.

j05son 05-24-2011 08:59 AM

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Originally Posted by CashmoneyDrew (Post 2604742)
You should probably read up a little more on the story if you think that's all that is going on here.

You should probably realize that this article was posted by

Quote:

Published on March 20, 2011 by cybertruth in Football
all behold the journalistic powers of cybertruth!

Shane P. Hallam 05-24-2011 09:08 AM

Cybertruth owns my soul

soybean 07-22-2011 07:35 PM

This is ridiculous. Now I know the tatoo scandal is no where near as severe a crime as the reggie bush case BUT it is proven and shown that Tressell KNEW about it and tried to hide it.

It was never proved that any of the USC coaches had any knowledge of the crime.

Quote:

"Considering the institution's rules education and monitoring efforts, the enforcement staff did not believe a failure to monitor charge was appropriate in this case," the NCAA said in the letter sent Thursday.
you NCAA

keylime_5 07-22-2011 08:12 PM

tressel himself on one account of lying to the NCAA is not the equivalent of all the stuff that went on at USC where the coaches and administrators frequently turned a blind eye to the things going on there. So far all the NCAA has and has ever had on Ohio State in this investigation is the Tatt-5, everything else is just a bunch of **** from the media as a result of SI and ESPN digging as hard as they could for a story but coming up short with a bunch of stuff without proof or proven false. We have 5 guys selling memorabilia for tattoos or cash and then Tressel (who is no longer employed) covering it up. That is not in the vicinity of the USC scandal.

JoeJoeBrown 07-22-2011 08:24 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by keylime_5 (Post 2627817)
tressel himself on one account of lying to the NCAA is not the equivalent of all the stuff that went on at USC where the coaches and administrators frequently turned a blind eye to the things going on there. So far all the NCAA has and has ever had on Ohio State in this investigation is the Tatt-5, everything else is just a bunch of **** from the media as a result of SI and ESPN digging as hard as they could for a story but coming up short with a bunch of stuff without proof or proven false. We have 5 guys selling memorabilia for tattoos or cash and then Tressel (who is no longer employed) covering it up. That is not in the vicinity of the USC scandal.

Not to mention that OSU gave the NCAA the emails. There was one man covering it up. That man is no longer employed and the season that benefited from it was wiped out. And the players involved are suspended for five games.

The people getting mislead by the meatheads in the media need to realize that most of the media are just filling dead air with conjecture, without real thought or insight. They are just parrotting a storyline.

Now, do I personally believe that JT didn't tell the athletic department? No, I do not. If he had told them, then the onus wouldn't be on him, but on the AD. And that would definitely have led to a lack of institutional control (LOIC). And that would have been USC type sanctions or worse.

I think JT fell on the sword on this one.

What a dirty sport.

soybean 07-23-2011 04:28 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by keylime_5 (Post 2627817)
tressel himself on one account of lying to the NCAA is not the equivalent of all the stuff that went on at USC where the coaches and administrators frequently turned a blind eye to the things going on there. So far all the NCAA has and has ever had on Ohio State in this investigation is the Tatt-5, everything else is just a bunch of **** from the media as a result of SI and ESPN digging as hard as they could for a story but coming up short with a bunch of stuff without proof or proven false. We have 5 guys selling memorabilia for tattoos or cash and then Tressel (who is no longer employed) covering it up. That is not in the vicinity of the USC scandal.

There's no proof that anyone turned a blind eye just a bunch of assumptions (even if true). No credible evidence whereas you have undeniable proof that the lead guy in charge attempted up to cover up the crime.

Sloopy 07-23-2011 08:48 AM

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Originally Posted by soybean (Post 2627883)
There's no proof that anyone turned a blind eye just a bunch of assumptions (even if true). No credible evidence whereas you have undeniable proof that the lead guy in charge attempted up to cover up the crime.

... you mad bro?

Sloopy 07-23-2011 08:49 AM

No but really what went on at USC involved multiple athletes in multiple sports, thats why the NCAA came down so hard on them. To put what went on at THE Ohio State University in the same breath is laughable.


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