Originally Posted by sedated
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.
You would think they could have wrapped this thing up a little faster than this.