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It all makes sense now... because they let people like Bobby Cremins on the infractions committee. He is no Jerry Tarkanian, but hardly a representative of a clean program. Do Nick Saban, Bob Huggins, Steve Lavin, Jim Boheim, Urban Meyer, the SEC commish, and Lane Kiffin also get to be on these committees?
From the rumors board:
Unfortunately for UM, former Georgia Tech coach Bobby Cremins - the one member of the NCAA’s 18-person infractions committee who expressed strong skepticism about using Nevin Shapiro as an NCAA source - was excluded from the committee that will hear UM’s case in mid-June.
According to a person involved in the UM case, UM’s fate will be determined by Conference USA commissioner Britton Banowsky, Bowling Green athletic director Greg Cristopher, Notre Dame senior deputy athletic director Melissa Conboy, law professors Eleanor Myers (Temple) and James O’Fallon (Oregon), Kansas City-based attorney John Black, Washington D.C.-based attorney Roscoe Howard and Tampa-based attorney Christopher Griffin.
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