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your program will not be allowed to play in any preseason tournaments...and...and...you will have to give back all of your TV money...and...and...you won't be allowed to have in-home recruiting visits...and...and...you won't be able to host recruits on campus...and...and...your team jerseys will have to say "we suck" in place of the school's name...and...and...none of your wins will count...and...and...you won't be able to call, text, tweet or facebook friend recruits...and...and...your team will not be allowed to practice...and...and...your team will only be referred to as "they who shall not be named" in all official NCAA documents......

One thing we can say for sure is that Calhoun has burned the duck out of every bridge to the NCAA while riding off into the sunset!!!!! They can't screw us enough at this point........
 

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I have a feeling we'll be OK. If our APRs are on the upswing -- and by all reports, they are -- it really will be sending the wrong message to not grant a waiver or credit the more recent scores to the extent they can be calculated.

The UConn athletics program can look in the mirror when it comes to blame. But double-punishing UConn and its kids for past transgressions is just a piss-poor message. If you want to say teams can't play in the postseason if they don't have a 2-year APR average of ____ or a 4-year average of ____, that's fair. But you have to announce that ahead of time. I do think there's a basic unfairness in doing this so immediately, which the NCAA won't be able to ignore particularly when presented with a 3-year-consecutive increase in UConn's APR score.

Or, of course, they could just totally duck us.
 
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enough already. we will be fine.
How "Fishyish" of you. Now put on your beer stained bathrobe; grab that 3-day old cigar out of the ashtray; and go outside and get some fresh air! ;)
 
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I have a feeling we'll be OK. If our APRs are on the upswing -- and by all reports, they are -- it really will be sending the wrong message to not grant a waiver or credit the more recent scores to the extent they can be calculated.

The UConn athletics program can look in the mirror when it comes to blame. But double-punishing UConn and its kids for past transgressions is just a piss-poor message. If you want to say teams can't play in the postseason if they don't have a 2-year APR average of ____ or a 4-year average of ____, that's fair. But you have to announce that ahead of time. I do think there's a basic unfairness in doing this so immediately, which the NCAA won't be able to ignore particularly when presented with a 3-year-consecutive increase in UConn's APR score.

Or, of course, they could just totally duck us.

You have the best signature ever. While seeing Rod get ready to bounce Chrissy's head off the floor is awesome enough, seeing Hurley look like his gay lover protecting him is just priceless.
 
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