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jomo11 said...

Watched the Braves game and the Braves announcer actually said " Dan Uggla's foul balls look better than last year " . . His FOUL BALLS ? Seriously ? why dont they cut this clown Uggla and eat the $14 million. Pena can play !

April 24, 2014 at 10:17 a.m.
jomo11 said...

Dont forget Randy Quaid in Dan Jenkins' "Dead Solid Perfect"

April 23, 2014 at 10:31 a.m.
jomo11 said...

Will be interesting to see how Donnie Tyndall ( aka Chaz Bono look-a-like ) will do in recruiting. The majority of his top recruits at Morehead and Southern Miss were JUCOS. Hard to win in the SEC with JUCOS. . . .Donnie "Chaz Bono" Tyndall could be very good like Pearl or not good like Darrin Horn, who had a similar resume. You really never know when hiring a bball coach from mid-major. You just hope he doesnt land UTK on probation, based on his past. . . .really no way to predict

April 23, 2014 at 10:10 a.m.
jomo11 said...

pretty much all of Tyndall's best players at Morehead and Southern Miss were JUCOS, be interesting to seeing how he does with high school players at UTK, cant win in SEC with all JUCOS

April 23, 2014 at 9:41 a.m.
jomo11 said...

Just sends a bad message when you have to hire someone who has had MAJOR NCAA violations. . . . .Im glad my Alma Mater would not stoop that low, but hey if that is what UTK is and their alums dont care, then have at it

April 22, 2014 at 3:04 p.m.
jomo11 said...

Stewwie, my question is if you are UTK, why do you have to take a risk with a convicted NCAA cheater ? ? especially one like Donnie Tyndall that is not exactly on every major schools wish list ?

April 22, 2014 at 2:09 p.m.
jomo11 said...

BWill8, you can sugarcoat Tyndall's NCAA violations or blame Miami and the NCAA itself. . . .but Tyndall's problems were NOT things that the NCAA should fix, like stipends, etc. . .He was involved in using boosters to among other things to PAY RECRUITS, thats as dirty as it comes. UTK should not have to stoop to this win at all costs, to get a quality coach. . .shameful !

April 22, 2014 at 12:05 p.m.
jomo11 said...

If you are a UTK basketball FAN today, you probably dont't care that Donnie Tyndall is an NCAA cheater, its win at all costs. . . . If you are a UTK alumn you are probably embarrased that in order to fix UTK Basketball your AD stooped to this level


April 22, 2014 at 10:52 a.m.
jomo11 said...

I guess UTK is putting up a sign that says "We at UTK have decided to cheat at the highest level to fix our basketball program" . . . .

April 22, 2014 at 10:21 a.m.
jomo11 said...

WHY, WHY would Hart hire this guy ? Tyndall may be one the biggest cheaters in College basketball !

INDIANAPOLIS---The NCAA Division I Committee on Infractions has found Morehead State University committed major violations in its men’s basketball program. The violations pertain to a booster’s involvement in recruiting prospective student-athletes, including impermissible offers and inducements. The case also includes a failure by the head coach to monitor his basketball coaching staff members in connection with their interactions with the booster. From the fall of 2006 through April 2009, the head men’s coach, an assistant coach and other members of the men’s basketball staff had knowledge of, and at times directed or encouraged, impermissible recruiting activities of the booster. This booster, a university alumnus and financial contributor, was involved in the recruitment of more than 30 prospective student-athletes. His activities included evaluations, telephone contact, arranging workouts, assisting in the arrangement of official and unofficial visits, and offering improper recruiting inducements for prospective student-athletes. Through these activities, the booster became a countable coach, resulting in the men’s basketball program exceeding its countable coach limit by one.

The committee found that the scope and nature of the violations demonstrated the head men’s basketball coach failed to promote an atmosphere for compliance. Specifically, the head coach allowed and ENCOURAGED the booster’s assistance with the recruitment of student-athletes. The head coach also directed his staff to interact with the booster regarding recruitment efforts.

April 22, 2014 at 10:20 a.m.

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