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The real reason JR stepped down as AD??
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Per Matt Hayes of the Sporting News, John Robinsion said he was stepping down from the AD job because of family health reasons, but there may have been a different reason as to why he stepped down. There is a campus police investigation going on about reports that as many as 200 athletes & students were using an athletics dept. long distance account to make more than $10,000 in personal calls. Quoting Hayes here, "The potential infraction is regarded as an 'extra benefit' and a secondary NCAA violation, which could keep UNLV-whose men's basketball team is already on probation until until 2004- from any death penalty consideration." Double ouch!!! :eek: :eek: :ninja:
06-20-2003 08:08 AM
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I heard about this before. The UNLV b-ball fans are definitely worried something might come out of this since they are already on probation.
06-20-2003 08:56 AM
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