How do you think the NCAA will react to this?
The NCCA will undoubtedly spaz out but they shouldn't be able to do much here. McLemore will be out of the reach of the NCCA's influence and it involved a non collegiate coach so there won't be much they can do to him.
I'm glad KU didn't make it further in the tourney so that there is no way the NCAA could vacate a national championship or anything. I hate that s*** so much. Also, I can only imagine how frequently this occurs. I also think this Cobb is in a bad place right now and if he still had Ben's interest in mind, he wouldn't have been whistle blowing to USA Today
What are they going to do? Suspend him? Oh wait that's right he declared. The only thing they can do is sit in their high chairs getting pissed that they didnt catch him while they actually had the power to take action against him.
This is why we should just let people declare out of high school.
I totally agree but McLemore wouldn't have been able to go straight to the league. He was ranked in like the 30s in his high school class.
And if the NCAA feels that it is necessary they will find ways to punish Kansas like taking away scholarships
The question is, does this hurt his draft stock? Will it have a similar impact to freshman Shabazz Muhammad's revelation that he was 20, not 19 and his father's shady dealings?
This draft actually has me somewhat excited because it's so wide-open, little things like this could have a big impact.
The combine is going to be REALLY interesting.
Rule number 1! "If you get jammed up, dont mention my Name"
Snitches get stitches
sad fact is that this thread should be titled "KU Trouble", because there will be zero consequences for McLemore. It probably wont even affect his draft stock. The reason kids break the rules is because the punishments land on the schools. Its a broken system on a lot of levels. They should just pay the kids already and be done with it.