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Futbol Phan wrote:

> Let's see how this develops.  Can't imagine how such a pure program as this could have gotten
involved in such shenanigans.  Shocked I say, shocked....

The Khadrice Rollins story claims that at least one player took money for autographs in December,
which could be a problem.  Supposedly, there is a four-year statute of limitations, but apparently
it can be waived.

Then again, the only real "harm" the NCAA can do is vacate Alabama's BCS championship game win - and
that does not mean the AFCA has to take back its national championship.  AP almost certainly won't,
considering that (a) it let USC keep both AP titles from the Reggie Bush era, and (b) traditionally,
its voters have been allowed to vote for teams with bowl bans (something the coaches' poll does not