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More Opinions On Bama’s Punishment

Wanted to link you to a few more columns covering the punishment handed down by the NCAA to Alabama yesterday:

Terry Wood of The Northwest Arkansas Times believes that Nick Saban and Mike Shula were the ultimate victims of the NCAA’s sanctions because it’s their records which take a hit… even though neither coach was implicated in the investigation.  An interesting point.

Mark Bradley of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution believes the penalties were tough on the surface, soft underneath.  (He also works in some shots at Lane Kiffin… as does just about every writer in the country these days.  Sorry, Vol fans.)

Pete Fiutak of writes that the NCAA is basically Alabama’s beyotch.

John Ryan of The San Jose Mercury News has a quick slam of Bama, “bastion of higher learning that it is.”  He writes that “Nick Saban immediately vowed that this would never happen again.  His team will never be caught using books in any way.”  (Remember that stereotype I wrote about earlier today?)

Want some perspective on just how many NCAA investigations pop up in a year?  Take this column from The Buffalo News which states that the job of NCAA investigator has one major downside: “no days off.”


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