I think that if every school did an audit they would find some violations. Coaches are so intensively trained on it, and for ISU to have so many coaches with violations, I cannot imagine other schools not being in the same situation. This isn't over by any means. I wish the NCAA would spot check a few schools now to show that they this is not only a self-reporting process.
Bryce Miller is furiously writing his next article on how Scott Frost is not a cheater and never was a cheater because he was a Husker. Then he will say he respects Frosts decision (like Bobby Elliott) not to talk about his issues due to an active investigation. Then as he closes, he will write on how ISU needs to be more open in talking about its NCAA case.
The real question is, did the local media fly off the handle and demand transparency. Did they accuse OU of hiding Jimmy Hoffa's body since they didn't announce every detail of report from the mountain tops?
So I am slightly confused. In what I have read about the ISU phone calls it mentions that the amount of impermissable calls were at 1484. Now I understand that most of these were logging issues, but were they impermissable?
Because they were short calls, dropped calls, or mistake calls that were not logged. 78 of them are call true violations.
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