Originally Posted by 'Hamas' Jenkins
I get that the show-cause penalty affects Haith wherever he goes, but how does it impact Missouri, other than it being an obvious black mark for recruiting? Are there any sanctions tied to it?
Im not sure I can recall a situation like this. On one hand, there's zero evidence or inclination that he has done anything at mizzou, so they shouldnt be punished. On the other, its not a great precedent for the NCAA to set by letting him walk away scott free just because he took another job while the investigation dragged on for 2 years at his old school - coaches would start jumping ship at the first sign of trouble. And we arent talking secondary violations, this is enough to get a coach banned for multiple years.