Wednesday, October 12, 2011

NCAA Statement on Auburn Football Investigation

There goes the free blogging.

After conducting more than 80 interviews, the NCAA has concluded its investigation into Auburn University. The NCAA enforcement staff is committed to a fair and thorough investigative process. As such, any allegations of major rules violations must meet a burden of proof, which is a higher standard than rampant public speculation online and in the media. The allegations must be based on credible and persuasive information and includes a good-faith belief that the Committee on Infractions could make a finding. As with any case, should the enforcement staff become aware of additional credible information, it will review the information to determine whether further investigation is warranted. 

That giant WHOOSH you just heard was the entire 334 area code breathing a sigh of relief.



Ragamuffin said...


Eat it. You and your delusional rantings about rigged slots, fake ATM cards, FBI, DOD, CIA, NSA, NAACP, AARP and God knows what other organizations coming to get us was exactly what we said it was. Total nonsense.

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