Alright, I haven't said a whole lot, but I guess I can post some opinions on everything now.
The national media, along with all of my idiot friends from other schools that haven't been paying attention to this whole investigation, look at this as Alabama getting off easy. I look at it differently.
These were MINOR offenses.
Let me repeat - MINOR. Yeah. There was no competitive advantage for any sport. There was no profit made off of this. The kids didn't sell the books. They had to return them at the end of the sememster, or PAY THE UNIVERSITY FULL PRICE for the books. Nobody made even one single dollar off of this. They didn't get to keep the books. It was a gap in the system at the University that has since been fixed.
So I, personally, am looking forward to the appeal. I'd like to get back the wins and keep up our records that we currently have. Y'know...if it weren't for vacating the wins in the 90s, we'd already have over 800 total wins. Regardless, it is what it is.
I wouldn't call my opinion biased. I would call it "educated" because I actually have a clue what the hell is going on. And listening to the morons on national radio, or over at sportsline.com, etc, is just really getting on my nerves because these guys haven't studied the case at all.
¶ 10:41 AM
The media coverage on this is insane. I really don't think Bama football got this much ink and camera time when Saban was hired. # posted by Clay : 1:39 PM
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