Tuesday, August 11, 2009

NCAA GIVES CLEMSON BACK TWO DAYS OF PRACTICE, YES, WE SAID THE NCAA GIVES CLEMSON BACK TWO DAYS OF PRACTICE

Look, the whole piling on the suits in Kansas gets a little boring after awhile, but the NCAA is determined to hog the “stupid spotlight.”

This time they had a brief moment of clarity when they decided not to penalize Clemson for wearing a "non-compliant uniform" during its first two days of football practices.
Say what?

Evidently, it’s against the rules to wear pads for the first two days of practice according to the money-grubbing, micro-managing amateur status hypocrites from John Riggins Land. Not one day, not three days, but two days.

Hey, NCAA, it’s football. The FYF Colts (6-7-year-old instructional league) wore pads on Day 2 of summer practice. Jeez.

The NCAA probably quickly realized that just about every other team in the country was wearing the same thing. We say penalize them ALL!

WHAT HE SAID: "The NCAA gave further review to this situation and informed us this afternoon that we can have the full compliment of practices during the preseason," Clemson Athletic Director Terry Don Phillips said in a statement that was released Monday afternoon. "We are pleased with this decision."

WHAT HE MEANT: “A**holes.”

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