Originally Posted by kepp
I can understand both sides of this. It sucks that he was vetted through the NCAA and then improprieties were uncovered. But they just can't let him go unpunished, and the only way to punish will also hurt his current school. For me the bottom line is, if he gets a show-cause, MU has to show him the door.
The NCAA couldn't exactly certify Arthur and then punish KU for relying on their certification. That one never had a chance.
In this case, Haith and Miami actually may have committed violations. Mizzou is out free if Haith is determined to have done what he's charged with, assuming they terminate him. If Haith is not deemed then Mizzou is fine and can keep him. In neither case does Mizzou get in trouble to my knowledge , only question is for Haith. Seems the NCAA is acting rationally in all instances here.