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Tuesday, April 16, 2013


(Mr. Willie Lyles)

Oregon made an offer, the NCAA turned it down, and now the slow simmer begins.

As somebody said in the comments section of the above article, sanctions will fall somewhere between nothing and the "death penalty."

And if you could read the mind of the NCAA on this you would be in demand.

It's too bad Kelly couldn't lead his program at Oregon without resorting to the ridiculous 25K cash payment to Willie Lyles.  It was a dumb move.

Kelly's arrogance was his biggest drawback, and I'm happy he is somebody else's problem now.


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