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RE: UMD President says UNC should get the Death Penalty
IMO, I don't see why that should be considered a violation against UNC's athletic dept.


You can't mind control people, and prevent them from doing the wrong thing 100% of the time. The former NFL agent broke a North Carolina state law against luring players into contracts with cash. That's his crime, not UNC's.
04-18-2017 10:22 AM
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(04-11-2017 01:05 PM)jgkojak Wrote:  If Penn State didn't get it (covering up a child predator using university facilities to molest children) no one will.
This.

I'd be mildly surprised if the DP is given to anybody, but I'd be shocked if it's *ever* used against any P5 program.
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(04-12-2017 11:22 AM)HeartOfDixie Wrote:  There is too much at stake to strike a death blow.

It may not be popular among the idealistic or those who dislike UNC but the truth is that a death blow would be worse than anything else, for a lot of people.

There's some truth to this in other arenas as well.

For example, look at when Arthur Anderson (the accounting firm that overlooked Enron's crimes) was "given the death penalty." Everyone knows that Anderson was guilty, but everyone I've talked to (from regulators to academics to former AA workers to competitors) agrees that the cure was worse than allowing the disease to continue.
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