NCAA proves again it has lost its way
Miami penalty shows how toothless organization has really become
The Emery envelope memorably exploded and with it came the implosion of Kentucky basketball:
A two-year postseason ban, no televised appearances for one season, scholarship reductions, records expunged and NCAA tournament money returned or, as then-Kentucky president David Roselle explained, "about 4 feet" from the death penalty.
That was in 1989.
Fast-forward to 2008. Kelvin Sampson texts like a teenage girl with a mad crush and Indiana basketball is brought to its knees.
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