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Stephen Faucher @StevenFaucher🔁 What happens when the NCAA hears that college athletes have money hidden in their dorm rooms
Shaun King @ShaunKing🔁My Latest.
Took my breath away.
Lawyers for the are arguing in legal documents that we obtained that they don’t twitter.com have to pay student athletes because the 13th Amendment allows unpaid slave labor.
Yes, I’m serious.
Pat Forde @YahooForde🔁. exclusive: federal documents seized from ASM Sports show potential NCAA violations involving more than 20 schools a twitter.com nd 25 players, including some of the biggest names and programs in college basketball
Jay Bilas @JayBilas🔁In the backdrop of the FBI probe, the NCAA is screaming “amateurism” like William Wallace screamed “Freedom.” So, tak twitter.com e a moment to ponder one of the arguments the NCAA has made in court, citing specific case law...amazing:
TheHashmarks @hashmarksports🔁It's really sad to see what's going on in the NCAA today, but it makes me wonder about college football. If basketbal twitter.com l is a problem, you can almost guarantee football has a problem as well
DQ @Gossett7🔁Someone take down the ncaa for generating billions of dollars to only to pay its student athletes a cost of attendance of a $900 dollars a month.
rich kaplun @rkaplun🔁This is such systematic problem from summer leagues, to AAU, to prep schools, to colleges and to endorsement deals. T twitter.com he money and the promise of money to players, schools and families stinks to high heaven. In my opinion it is so large the NCAA will never address the problem!
Marcus Bailey @the_marcusb🔁 BREAKING: UCF football team announces it will claim #Louisville’s vacated 2013 NCAA basketball title.
Michael Orr @Morr_1980🔁In the backdrop of the FBI probe, the NCAA is screaming “amateurism” like William Wallace screamed “Freedom.” So, take a moment to ponder one of the arguments the NCAA has made in court, citing specific case law...amazing:
Maria Isabel Rosas @matacristos🔁There are no words.
argues in legal pleading that they do not have to pay student athletes because the 13th Amendment allows unpaid slave labor. Thanks to for shining a light on this crisis.
Libby Fowler @LibbyFowler3🔁 NCAA: “Dennis Smith took over $75,000 in loans from an agent you must vacate the 2016-17 season.”
NC State fans: “OK.”
Jumpman23 @skkrttt23🔁"Allonzo has never been a drug-cheat, and the NCAA found in 2016 that he never took Ostarine intentionally,"Thompson told Yahoo. "Experts tell us Ostarine can be stored in fatty tissues for long time, and tests can be negative but then later be positive as the substance comes out
#Hitta @moebuckets___🔁NCAA is wrong here. Trier won his appeal, yet the NCAA still mistreated him. He’s been tested relentlessly, and this is a trace amount equivalent to two grains of dirt on three football fields. Ridiculous.
WRGW Sports @WRGWSports🔁Tune in as Florida Basketball Beat Reporter for ESPN Gainesville calls in to discuss college basketball and the NCAA twitter.com Tournament. Head to or
SG @libra2libra🔁Duke has already contacted the NCAA and will continue to work collaboratively with the NCAA and the Atlantic Coast Conference. Duke has an uncompromising commitment to compliance in athletics. That has not, and will not, change.” Kevin White
Julian Sanchez @normative🔁This piece suggesting the NCAA is relying on the 13th Amendment to avoid paying student athletes is so ridiculously dishonest that it's painful.
Matthew Fraim @picturefraim🔁At least with this NCAA scandal thing it looks like the one and done rule will finally be gone
Ashley Hornsby @CFB_Thoughts🔁Probably true, but he’s deflecting the fact that the probe is looking into NCAA Basketball. Having corruption in CFB twitter.com doesn’t take away the fact that there is basketball corruption.
Nick Coleman @Nick_Coleman92🔁There are over 35 different schools involved in this FBI loan/meal investigation. There is no way the NCAA would ever allow a NCAA Tournament to happen while Kentucky, Duke, UNC, Michigan State and Kansas sat out on probation. The revenue from the tournament is too much.
Aris Stilidiadis @astills45🔁System’s not perfect clearly but the one we currently have isn’t working. FBI is opening more doors toward change an twitter.com d possibly the landscape of recruiting. Gotta tear down the system we have in place in order to build a better one that does not only benefit the NCAA
Sandra @MrsRago🔁Congrats to the 200 Medley Relay!! Panthers take 3rd at in NCAA prov. time of 1:28.57!!
Justin @SoCalJCred🔁If the NCAA goes after Alabama, will separate from the NCAA, take a few SEC & ACC schools with them & start their ow twitter.com n thing. It would be the start of the end of the NCAA a& they know it. So RollTide is untouchable.
Chuck Pleuss @chuck_pleuss🔁The NCAA will do everything in their power to protect their money, the blue bloods. They will hammer anything incons twitter.com equential to offer the appearance of caring but will do nothing with the major powers. See UNC.
Marcus Helton @MarcusHelton🔁Dear Mark Emmert: The problem is your NCAA rulebook. As long as you hold tight to amateurism, and deny student-athletes the ability to secure representation, or accept fair-market value, this black market will never go away no matter how many smart people you put on a committee.
Josh Ramírez @ButNotMuchMore🔁The NCAA slave-based empire begins to crumble!😈😈 twitter.com 😈
Quentin Tyrintino @ElGorgeousGoon🔁When the Big Baller League takes down the NCAA >>>>
Reggie Watkins @ReggieWatkinsJr🔁@BleacherReport Preach...but here comes “non athletic, I had to pay for college” guy to put his/her cape on for the NCAA in 3...2..1...
Jonathan Smith @ErrantParadigm🔁My Latest.
Took my breath away.
Lawyers for the are arguing in legal documents that we obtained that they don’t have to pay student athletes because the 13th Amendment allows unpaid slave labor.
Yes, I’m serious.
Slim M'baku @JothamKitara🔁For those just joining the party here's a quick explainer on the mess that the NCAA has created
Mavis Emory @MCEmory🔁"This...gets to the heart of what the multibillion-dollar enterprise that is the NCAA thinks not just of its athletes, but of its core business model. It is, in essence, admitting that student-athletes are working as slave laborers and as such do not deserve fair compensation."
Hockey Dawg @HockeyDawg9🔁Keep riding the wave of the Olympic spirit by joining us at the US Olympic Training Center for this first ever Women in Coaching Conference, hosted in partnership with the USOC and . More details
Steve Van Smack @SteveVanSmack🔁@TikiAndTierney @cbssports Did Tiki attend the Electoral College of Law ? #excuses #NCAA #askthepros
O.M.M.I.O @TheLastPradaG🔁NCAA right on top of it...as soon as reporters tell the NCAA President what is going on, he forms a Commission on basketball only, because nobody would ever pay football players. Football has no “one and dones.” It’s pure. No, wait...oops.
Nick Buck @ShutThe_BUCK_Up🔁This just in from Richie Kalikow: Fultz told NCAA investigators they can have the $10,000 back when they return his jumper...
SheaBayBay @Shea_Martin22🔁The NCAA might honestly burn down after all this, and I'm perfectly fine with that
D Money🍾 @D_Rod55🔁Pay the players so we can get the NCAA game we deserve twitter.com
Gus @GusTcu🔁 in College Baseball: 1998
sets an NCAA record with 11 walks in a single inning as part of a 20-13 win vs Dallas Baptist. Jeff Yarborough leads the walk parade with 3 BBs. (DBU probably set a record for pitching changes in an inning too.)
Kelsey Nicole Nelson @therealknelson🔁Federal documents obtained by FBI shows violations involving players and coaches. I have the information here...
Daniel Tran @1DanTran🔁Yahoo dropped a report that revealed high-profile players taking money from agents. Should the NCAA be disbanded for twitter.com incompetence? Vote
SG @libra2libra🔁Shot: The NCAA has officially updated its record books and removed Louisville's wins from 2011-15.
Chaser: Louisville is now officially 2-2 against Kentucky in the NCAA tournament, not 2-4.
BIG MAN ON CAMPUS @JeffNadu🔁"Allonzo has never been a drug-cheat, and the NCAA found in 2016 that he never took Ostarine intentionally,"Thompson twitter.com told Yahoo. "Experts tell us Ostarine can be stored in fatty tissues for long time, and tests can be negative but then later be positive as the substance comes out
Végh Lajosné Ildikó @Hermiona1973🔁 My favorite part about all this is the NCAA acting like they don't know this stuff goes on behind the scenes.