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    There is always someone running a witch hunt -USUALLY the PROFESSORS are the ''unnamed sources'' as they are petty ,jealous people who believe college is academia and nothing more . I hope all turns out well .

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    Quote Originally Posted by r.payton@att.net View Post
    There is always someone running a witch hunt -USUALLY the PROFESSORS are the ''unnamed sources'' as they are petty ,jealous people who believe college is academia and nothing more . I hope all turns out well .
    As Henry Kissinger remarked: ?Academic politics are so vicious precisely because the stakes are so small.?

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    So THAT'S why Geiger left. He wanted 4 bed 3 bath with a finished basement and J Rob didn't have anything comparable.

    It's all coming together.
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    Do you remember that video on Flo a couple years back, where they used to do their version of "MTV Cribs" and they were in Schlatter's house? Wonder if that was one J Rob owned
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stardust View Post
    Do you remember that video on Flo a couple years back, where they used to do their version of "MTV Cribs" and they were in Schlatter's house? Wonder if that was one J Rob owned
    Yeah, I remember that. Martin gave CP a hard time about the cheap beer in the fridge.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kr1963 View Post
    But hey, that's a hell of a deal!

    Come to UM, get a wrestling scholly, a good education & a HOUSE to boot!

    What recruit could turn that down? How many Gophers on their NC teams NOW have houses? Hmm... ;-P
    yeah that is what they do they just give you a house if you wrestle for the gophers. It is all about nothing if you ask me

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    [QUOTE=r.payton@att.net;288169]Not many on the board are old enough to remember this ..but Clark Kellogg-the former OSU and Pacer player -was given his REAL ESTATE license when he enrolled at OSU-he pretended to take the test and all but how many licensed Real Estate Agents do you know who are 17 ?? Clark did quite well for himself ..
    NCAA rules prevent a coach from selling or giving their recruits ANYTHING-buying a home for $20,000-then fixing it up and selling it for $20,000. is not good business -If YOHN's house appraises for more than he paid THERE is something to this story .
    If YOHN sells the house upon graduation for $50,000 then he received a $30,000 bribe to wrestle for Minnesota .THIS is exactly how the NCAA will look at this .[/QUOTE

    Russ is right and who in there right mind would live in Minnesota

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    Quote Originally Posted by r.payton@att.net View Post
    Not many on the board are old enough to remember this ..but Clark Kellogg-the former OSU and Pacer player -was given his REAL ESTATE license when he enrolled at OSU-he pretended to take the test and all but how many licensed Real Estate Agents do you know who are 17 ?? Clark did quite well for himself ..
    NCAA rules prevent a coach from selling or giving their recruits ANYTHING-buying a home for $20,000-then fixing it up and selling it for $20,000. is not good business -If YOHN's house appraises for more than he paid THERE is something to this story .
    If YOHN sells the house upon graduation for $50,000 then he received a $30,000 bribe to wrestle for Minnesota .THIS is exactly how the NCAA will look at this .[/QUOTE

    Russ is right and who in there right mind would live in Minnesota
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    Quote Originally Posted by r.payton@att.net View Post
    Not many on the board are old enough to remember this ..but Clark Kellogg-the former OSU and Pacer player -was given his REAL ESTATE license when he enrolled at OSU-he pretended to take the test and all but how many licensed Real Estate Agents do you know who are 17 ?? Clark did quite well for himself ..
    NCAA rules prevent a coach from selling or giving their recruits ANYTHING-buying a home for $20,000-then fixing it up and selling it for $20,000. is not good business -If YOHN's house appraises for more than he paid THERE is something to this story .
    If YOHN sells the house upon graduation for $50,000 then he received a $30,000 bribe to wrestle for Minnesota .THIS is exactly how the NCAA will look at this .
    here you go read one article and payton has all the answers. Have you ever heard the expression "there is a flip side to that coin" J rob doesn't seem that concerned but I will let him know you found him guilty so he can start shakeing in his boots
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