All of us who love NCAA football would love for the NCAA "to get the facts right." Two facts that the NCAA could easily settle for us without damaging their investigation in the slightest is:
1)If someone in a prospect's immediate family discusses pay for play with a potential school's boosters does that make the prospect ineligible to play for that school even if prospect was not aware?
2)If a prospect is ineligible to participate in NCAA sports for a member school doesn't the NCAA require that prospect to appeal his/her eligibility status before they can even think about playing for another NCAA school within the same division?
By all means investigate till you have all of the facts right but don't insult our intelligence by
using the investigation as an excuse not to clarify the vagueness of some of your bylaws.