Monday, September 23, 2019

Rock Chalk Crack Down Underway!!!

Followup on long-awaited discipline for this town's fave college sports apparel maker. Take a peek:

Report: NCAA issues violation notices to KU athletics

LAWRENCE, KS (KCTV) - A new report out Monday says that the University of Kansas Athletic Department has received notice of multiple violations from the NCAA. According to Yahoo Sports, the school has been charged with a lack of institutional control, with the KU men's basketball program seeing three Level 1 violations and Bill Self receiving a head coach responsibility charge.

16 comments:

Anonymous said...

KU has always had a dirty program, it’s the only way you can get good talent to attend a fake school in a shithole like Lawrence. Rock Chalk Gay Hawk. Death Penalty, faggots.

Anonymous said...

^^Bullshit

Anonymous said...

Death Penalty the entire athletics program.

Anonymous said...

Bill $elf is so god damn corrupt. Hopefully Le$ Miles gets wrapped up in this too. He makes trump and gop look like angels

Anonymous said...

Kansas belongs in the Mountain West conference. Basketball is the only sport that has success and they have to pay players

Anonymous said...

Everybody around here knows Kansas has been paying their basketball players since the Wilt Chamberlain days. Wilt said so himself. KU is a school of cheaters and never honestly won anything. Pretty embarrassing that the KU Star never broke this investigation in their own backyard. Oh yeah, the KU Star did not want to upset its rich Johnson County newspaper subscribers.

Fake news includes printing both false information and withholding information such as the KU Star has done all of these years. It's all about money.

Anonymous said...

Are we also sponsoring Rowing Women to be raped by Ballplayers again this year?

Anonymous said...

Most people in Lawrence and almost all KU male students are homosexuals and don’t watch basketball anyway. Homosexuals like balls on their chins, not on the floor. Gay U.

Anonymous said...

Failed attempt NCAA. While coming down on Kansas will bring smiles to Missouri and Kansas State fans, this in no way addresses the problems of corruption in NCAA basketball and football. The problems are way greater and bigger than Kansas. Punishing Kansas does nothing to stop the corruption going on. Nike and Adidas and other 3rd parties will continue to pay 5* athletes 100k or more to direct them to schools aligned to them. This will not stop or sway the corruption.
NCAA its time to do some real work and not fail miserably off the crumbs of the work the FBI did. I want to see some real action that changes the problems that are out there today. Investigate the recruitment of all high profile recruits. Track financial transactions to them or their families. I don't believe for one second that Zion or family chose him to go to Duke for no compensation. Where is that investigation?
The NCAA is a joke. Preston never played. Silvio was sat when reports surfaced and his suspension was reduced. I hope KU and their lawyers hit the NCAA with everything they have.
So the NCAA is trying/going to punish Ku basketball, for a player that never played a single game, and a player that had no idea his “legal” guardian took money. But then took his punishment and waited for a entire season to be cleared of the wrong doings he did not commit...
Third year in a row, that NCAA is coming for our throats. When they should be more focused on California!

Anonymous said...

Nothing will come of this. Their case is ridiculously weak, at best.

KU Fan said...

KU is the perfect school to be the punching bag for the NCAA to set an example to for violations. They sanction and suspend us, they set the example and burn the fire on a Top 5 Basketball program without having to touch or investigate their East Coast Duke/UNC or Kentucky favorites. We will be taking the fall for this complete B.S. without any direct evidence to support their claims especially against Self. No one will give a crap about Zion and Duke potentially violating the rules after this - the fire they set on us will engulf that scandal completely and intentionally.
PS - Remind me again how much trouble Roy and UNC got into again for DIRECT evidence of class cheating with their student athletes?

Anonymous said...

Self would have been fired by now if Memphis players didn't choke at the free throw line. I think the fact that he has underperformed with his talent in the tournament led him to press his luck by cheating.

Anonymous said...

It's too bad Kevin Kietzman isn't still on 810 Sports radio, since he was the only local host to nail how this negative news would likely play out. Everyone else was afraid to take a deep dive into this matter "on air" because of all the KU backlash at the stations and with the Jayhawk fan base listening. KK took a lot of heat over the years until that same fan base found an issue they could explode out of proportion (the Andy Reid issue) and get him off the air.

Anonymous said...

The Trumpian world

Cheat and deny


Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

hey ku fan, if UNC Kentucky Duke completely evade sanctions and the NCAA gives the death penalty to ku, that would be the most ideal situation. People need to be made examples of, sorry!