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    Sampson still illegally calling recruits: http://www.courier-journal.com/apps/...10/1002/SPORTS
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  • #2
    Re: Sampson in trouble again

    Originally posted by wu_shizzle
    Sampson still illegally calling recruits: http://www.courier-journal.com/apps/...10/1002/SPORTS
    I guess that this is what happens when your "punishment" for cheating is getting hired at a more prestigious basketball school than the one you were at.
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    • #3
      He had to forfeit a $500,000 bonus. This leopard can't change his spots. His next infraction should be followed by the door hitting him in the arse.

      Didn't his assistant at OU lose his new job and can't coach anywhere for many years?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by shockball
        He had to forfeit a $500,000 bonus. This leopard can't change his spots. His next infraction should be followed by the door hitting him in the arse.

        Didn't his assistant at OU lose his new job and can't coach anywhere for many years?
        Once a cheat, always a cheat. He won't learn. IU will get put on probation for something he does and then he'll be done coaching, period.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by rrshock
          Originally posted by shockball
          He had to forfeit a $500,000 bonus. This leopard can't change his spots. His next infraction should be followed by the door hitting him in the arse.

          Didn't his assistant at OU lose his new job and can't coach anywhere for many years?
          Once a cheat, always a cheat. He won't learn. IU will get put on probation for something he does and then he'll be done coaching, period.
          Sadly, someone out there would give him another chance after a couple of years off.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by SubGod22
            Originally posted by rrshock
            Originally posted by shockball
            He had to forfeit a $500,000 bonus. This leopard can't change his spots. His next infraction should be followed by the door hitting him in the arse.

            Didn't his assistant at OU lose his new job and can't coach anywhere for many years?
            Once a cheat, always a cheat. He won't learn. IU will get put on probation for something he does and then he'll be done coaching, period.
            Sadly, someone out there would give him another chance after a couple of years off.
            Well, K-State might need a new coach by then. :lol:

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            • #7
              Can coaches get the death penalty regarding repeated violations? If no, Sampson is well on his way to being the poster child. I would never want this guy at my school.

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