Wow, If that doesn't scream we are cheating, i don't know what does. They have now hired both the recent directors of infractions for the NCAA. With uk's past history of NCAA penalties this doesn't look good at all.
Along those lines, want to keep your school’s program clean and know how to protect it if someone makes a misstep? Hire someone who worked for the NCAA. And that’s just what one SEC school has done.
The University of Kentucky has announced today that Rachel Newman — currently the NCAA’s managing director of enforcement for development and investigations — will be joining the UK athletic department next month as senior associate athletics director for compliance.
“As college athletics continues to change, it is important that we support and protect our coaches, student-athletes and program at the highest level. Rachel brings a wealth of experience on a national level and a fondness to return home to Kentucky.”