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Jahvon Quinerly picks Villanova as expected...
« on: February 14, 2018, 07:36:34 AM »
Jahvon Quinerly picks Villanova as expected...  It's being said that he has a good chance to play.
If he does play at all at Villanova that would actually be good news for Arizona as it would mean there should be no sanctions stemming from the Book & Quinerly situation.
https://twitter.com/RealJahvonQ/status/963767864862834688



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    Re: Jahvon Quinerly picks Villanova as expected...
    « Reply #1 on: February 14, 2018, 08:40:35 AM »
    Here's a little more on the Quinerly's chances of playing at Villanova
    https://twitter.com/PeteThamel/status/963758864872112128

    Quinerly’s tie to the federal case and, potentially, the NCAA violations it reveals were thoroughly investigated by Villanova, according to sources.

    “There’s a chance these guys may never play,” said a high-ranking collegiate official familiar with the cases. “In some respects, the NCAA has to come to grips with what they want to be in these circumstances. Are there certain behaviors that [indicate], you should just move on?”

    Stu Brown, an independent lawyer with experience in NCAA cases, laid out in a phone interview on Tuesday the process Quinerly will likely go through to attempt to become eligible. Brown, who spoke generically as he’s not affiliated with the case, said the school will do an initial analysis of the situation and eventually make a determination of his initial eligibility. If they find he shouldn’t be eligible, he’d have to go through a student-athlete reinstatement process.

    “It should be, in this case, preferential treatment because he’s not enrolled,” Brown said. “The distinction then being because it’s preferential treatment, a key determination will be whether the young man was aware of or involved in any misconduct. Was it just people around the young man without his knowledge?”

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    Re: Jahvon Quinerly picks Villanova as expected...
    « Reply #2 on: February 14, 2018, 01:04:36 PM »
    This all started with the FBI.  They are currently the laughing stock of law enforcement and this investigation isn't doing their image any favors. If I were to guess, I'd say they are after the big bucks, Adidas and Nike and everything else were just steps to the target.
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    Re: Jahvon Quinerly picks Villanova as expected...
    « Reply #3 on: February 14, 2018, 02:20:26 PM »
    This all started with the FBI.  They are currently the laughing stock of law enforcement and this investigation isn't doing their image any favors. If I were to guess, I'd say they are after the big bucks, Adidas and Nike and everything else were just steps to the target.

    Nothing shocking about Quinerly going to Nova and we all know it was best for him and the UofA to part ways. To your point Dry Heat, the FBI doesn't care about sports or attention but I imagine the under the table cash piques their interest quite a bit. I have been operating under the assumption that the FBI's only interest in all of this was fraud. Which is why I believe they listed the U of A as a VICTIM in all of this, they stated the university was defrauded by Book.

     


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