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Read The Fine Print

Posted on: June 5, 2009 5:12 am
 
For those of you who might have had the time to read in to the alledged allegations againts the University of Memphis you probably came across a few interesting facts one being the fact that the NCAA claimed that one Memphis Basketball player had someone take his ACT test for them. If you think I am misstaken please explain and let me know who says otherwise about the alledged ACT fraudulance and ACT is not a typo people in the 300 or so page document Memphis released ACT is used far to much to be a typo. I find it appalling that the media or whom ever started this Memphis news fiasco started using the word SAT instead of the ACT which was said to be fraudulent, simply because as the facts stood the player accused of cheating never had his ACT cleared by the NCAA clearing house.

Memphians and Memphis fans be strong like we always have been and try and see through the media/fanboy BS, have faith that sometime in the coming years Memphis will eventually be freed of these steriotypical burdens.
Category: NCAAB
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Since: Mar 18, 2008
Posted on: June 9, 2009 5:44 am
 

Read The Fine Print

Now where did you come across this info here Pistola. If this is true then I am supremely appalled at the NCAA clearing House and it's so called legal racket. The media on the other hand I am not surprised at all that they would publish something that came about through word of mouth.


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