The NCAA Who Stole Christmas

As we wind down pre-Christmas practices before The Outback Bowl Presented by ALDLAND in Association with AD and Commodawg, an amusing/heartwarming/ba-humbugging anecdote has made its way forward:

Richt made personal payments of more than $25,000 to coaches and support staff due to what he perceived as inadequate compensation for those individuals. Richt’s actions were determined to be secondary violations of NCAA rules regarding supplemental pay.

It’s a secondary violation, requiring only admonishment and rules-counseling (read: a light slap on the wrist), but jeez, NCAA, have a little Christmas spirit.

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  1. Pingback: The treasonous NCAA is an enemy of the state and must be treated as such | ALDLAND

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