stankowalski

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  1. stankowalski added a post in a topic UNC releases the NCAA's NOTICE OF ALLEGATIONS   

    ​I can't take you seriously if you are defending rule breaking at your own school.  No need to debate this with you any further.
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  2. stankowalski added a post in a topic UNC releases the NCAA's NOTICE OF ALLEGATIONS   

    ​Not trying to equivocate but a rule is a rule is it not?
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  3. stankowalski added a post in a topic UNC releases the NCAA's NOTICE OF ALLEGATIONS   

    Were you working?  Was Thomas working?  Banks don't just hand out 70,000 with no collateral or means to pay back.  In any case, the point was that what he did was wrong, according to the NCAA rules on this...other athletes and the schools they played for got penalized, but Thomas didn't.  
    No I didn't harp on this when it was an issue and I really don't want to harp on it now, but my point is that if you really care that much about athletes and the school being held responsible for breaking rules then you should be up in arms about this.  But you're not, and we both know why.  Spin it all you want but you're disingenuous.
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  4. stankowalski added a post in a topic UNC releases the NCAA's NOTICE OF ALLEGATIONS   

    ​And tell me how a college player can get a loan for almost $70,000?  Could it have been money fronted to him in anticipation of being an NBA player?  No, of course not, because then that would clearly be a violation of NCAA rules.  Take your dark blue glasses off.  See what I did there?
    And also do you deny that Maggette broke NCAA rules by accepting the money from the AAU coach?  And it matters to Duke because he would have been considered ineligible to compete.
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  5. stankowalski added a post in a topic UNC releases the NCAA's NOTICE OF ALLEGATIONS   

    We'll see what happens.  
    You know it's ironic that you are one to champion this cause, seeing as two of your school's students were mired in NCAA controversy and got away with it.  So it's ok for you to buy Maggette and Thomas's excuses but it's not ok for UNC fans to buy what UNC is selling?  Hypocritical much?
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  6. stankowalski added a post in a topic UNC releases the NCAA's NOTICE OF ALLEGATIONS   

    ​Leave it up to you to misconstrue the meaning of my post.  Settle down, all I'm saying is that those emails would tell so much more if in them they included the names of men's basketball players, Roy Williams (or his coaches).  Particularly the one from Boxill referencing plagiarism.  
    For me the big deal wouldn't be the grading of the papers aspect (because this would not be implicating the students or coaches), but plagiarism would implicate at least the player.  
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  7. stankowalski added a post in a topic UNC releases the NCAA's NOTICE OF ALLEGATIONS   

    Hard to tell anything with no names given in those.
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  8. stankowalski added a post in a topic UNC releases the NCAA's NOTICE OF ALLEGATIONS   

    ​Where are these emails that say the papers were written for them?  Now that should bring some kind of penalties and I would be all for it.  
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  9. stankowalski added a post in a topic UNC releases the NCAA's NOTICE OF ALLEGATIONS   

    ​BCD knows all about that, he just chooses not to believe it.
    Bottom line is that Roy DIDN'T KNOW the class was a sham.  He may have suspected it, because he made it known that he didn't want his players taking that course.  And BCD likes to slam Walden, and maybe Walden deserves to be slammed, but not because he KNEW the class was a sham, but because he didn't follow up on his suspicion and do due diligence on Roy's behalf, since that was his job.
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  10. stankowalski added a post in a topic UNC releases the NCAA's NOTICE OF ALLEGATIONS   

    Don't really care what you find hard to believe.  I'm not interested in debating your personal views.
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  11. stankowalski added a post in a topic UNC releases the NCAA's NOTICE OF ALLEGATIONS   

    ​I believe the redaction was done for legal reasons, not to save Roy's ass.
    BCD, you have no proof that Roy knew anything, the NCAA has NO proof that Roy knew anything.  Everything you say is based purely on speculation and yet you try to pass it off as fact.  You look silly and immature in the process.  We all know you have some axe to grind with UNC.  We get it.  You don't have to convince us.  
    Could Roy have suspected something amiss within the AFAM dept. regarding it's courses?  I think that's reasonable to assume since he showed concern about the number of his players involved in the course.  But to leap to any other conclusion is purely speculative, agenda filled crap.
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  12. stankowalski added a post in a topic UNC releases the NCAA's NOTICE OF ALLEGATIONS   

    ​I'll take the under.
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  13. stankowalski added a post in a topic UNC releases the NCAA's NOTICE OF ALLEGATIONS   

    ​He's really going out on a limb saying more information would be coming....would never have guessed that in a million years.  His sources must be Nostradamus reincarnated.
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  14. stankowalski added a post in a topic UNC releases the NCAA's NOTICE OF ALLEGATIONS   

    To break it down for men's basketball...here are the time's it was mentioned in the report:
     
    1.November 12, 2009 – Email from Huffstetler to Jennifer Townsend (Townsend), associate director in ASPSA and men's basketball athletic academic counselor. This includes, but is not limited to, Townsend describing a professor's reaction to teaching a course with 50 enrolled student-athletes. 
    2.April 28, 2006 – Email from Crowder to Wayne Walden (Walden), former associate director and athletic academic counselor in ASPSA for men's basketball. This includes, but is not limited to, Crowder's inquiry regarding Huffstetler's ability to work with men's basketball studentathletes. 
    3.  Email from Crowder to men's basketball studentathletes and members of the ASPSA staff. This includes, but is not limited to, an attachment containing the assignment for a course. 
    4.  Email from Boxill to Huffstetler. This includes, but is not limited to, Boxill providing an assignment for the men's basketball student-athlete enrolled in her course. 
    5. July 26, 2005 – Email from Boxill to Huffstetler and Walden. This includes, but is not limited to, Boxill providing the assignment for the men's basketball student-athletes enrolled in her class. 
    6. July 14, 2005 – Email from Boxill to Huffstetler. This includes, but is not limited to, Boxill providing the grades for men's basketball studentathletes enrolled in her philosophy course. 
    7. July 8, 2005 – Email from Boxill to Huffstetler. This includes, but is not limited to, Boxill reporting grades for the men's basketball student-athletes enrolled in her course. 
    8. June 11, 2009 – Email from Boxill to Huffstetler. This includes, but is not limited to, Boxill's offer to help a men's basketball student-athlete enrolled in a philosophy course. 
    9. February 8, 2007 – Email from Boxill to Huffstetler. This includes, but is not limited to, Boxill providing some suggestions for an assignment for the men's basketball student-athletes enrolled in her philosophy course. 
    10. July 14, 2005 – Email from Boxill to Huffstetler. This includes, but is not limited to, a discussion regarding the men's basketball student-athletes enrolled in Boxill's course. 
    11.  June 20, 2006 – Email from Crowder to Walden. This includes, but is not limited to, Crowder consulting with Walden on the courses in which a men's basketball student-athlete needs to enroll. 
    12. April 28, 2006 – Email from Crowder to Walden. This includes, but is not limited to, Crowder mentioning that a number of men's basketball studentathletes came by to drop off their papers. 
    13.  March 28, 2006 – Email from Crowder to Walden. This includes, but is not limited to, Crowder providing information on what a men's basketball student-athlete needs to graduate. 
    14.  January 5, 2005 – Email from Crowder to Walden. This includes, but is not limited to, Crowder discussing men's basketball student-athletes and the courses to which she added them.
    15.  October 13, 2006 – Email from Crowder to Walden. This includes, but is not limited to, Crowder discussing potential courses for a men's basketball student-athlete. 
    16.  October 6, 2006 – Email from Crowder to Walden. This includes, but is not limited to, Crowder pointing out a course in which Walden enrolled a men's basketball student-athlete, and Crowder commenting that it may not be a good choice. 
    17.  December 14, 2014 – Interview transcript of Roy Williams (R. Williams), head men's basketball coach. This includes, but is not limited to, R. Williams' concern about the number of men's basketball student-athletes majoring in AFRI/AFAM. 
    18.  September 24, 2014 – Interview transcript of Joe Holladay (Holladay), former assistant men's basketball coach. This includes, but is not limited to, Holladay's understanding that Walden helped the men's basketball student-athletes pick courses. 
    19.  November 5, 2014 – Interview transcript of Steve Robinson (Robinson), assistant men's basketball coach. This includes, but is not limited to, Robinson's description of how the men's basketball team handled academic issues. 
    20. August 27, 2014 – Interview transcript of Wayne Walden (Walden), former associate director and athletic academic counselor in ASPSA for men's basketball. This includes, but is not limited to, Walden's description of Boxill's role in ASPSA. 
    21. Specifically, individuals in the academic administration on campus, particularly in the college of arts and sciences, did not sufficiently monitor the AFRI/AFAM and ASPSA departments or provide appropriate supervision for these academic units and their staffs. The AFRI/AFAM department created anomalous courses that went unchecked for 18 years. This allowed individuals within ASPSA to use these courses through special arrangements to maintain the eligibility of academically at-risk student-athletes, particularly in the sports of football, men's basketball and women's basketball. Although the general student body also had access to the anomalous AFRI/AFAM courses, student-athletes received preferential access to these anomalous courses, enrolled in these anomalous courses at a disproportionate rate to that of the general student body and received other impermissible benefits not available to the general student body in connection with these courses. 
     
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  15. stankowalski added a post in a topic UNC releases the NCAA's NOTICE OF ALLEGATIONS   

    ​I'm sure he has and guess what?  He's mentioned a grand total of one time. 
     
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