View Full Version : college impropriety and its impact on the nfl...

01-21-2016, 11:37 PM
im watching 'trojan war', and the saga of usc and reggie bush.

and it got me thinking...

(obviously the severity and type of offense would factor in, but...)

lets take bush as an example...

if a player is 'proven' to have broken rules designed by the ncaa, even after them being signed to a team, there should be a fine, suspension, or ban.

so bushs family received almost 300 grand in favors.

was stripped of his heisman trophy.

did he suffer any after entering the nfl? (honest question, i assume not though)

maybe if the two entities (nfl, ncaa) were in lockstep, then players would think twice about doing anything during their college years.

no different if the case were for steroids....

anything really..

as it stands, the only punishment for college players messing up is either their stock drops in the draft, or they sign after the fact.

just pondering.

01-22-2016, 12:28 AM
I don't believe in the NCAA rules , like a kid being suspended for improper benefits I would tell them to piss off some of this they blow it out of proportion

01-22-2016, 12:56 AM
listen... i think athletes should be paid, but until then, to discourage 'breaking the rules', its worth a thought.

again, i may have simply been away from american sports enough to not know what rules have changed, and what is being pondered.

01-22-2016, 02:33 AM
there is no relief for nfl players that smoke pot regarding penalties, because it's 'currently' against the rules...

now im all in favor of every corporation, government agency, legalizing the use of this plant, but...

its currently illegal.