Wednesday, May 29, 2013

NCAA athlete punished for using university water to wash car


The NCAA shows no mercy when it comes to student athletes washing their cars.

According to The Dagger, a female student athlete from the West Coast Conference landed her university in some hot water by washing her car with water and a hose from the school. Yes, apparently borrowing an ordinary garden hose and bumming a few gallons of water is a crime.

A WCC school self-reported an extra benefits violation to the NCAA when university officials caught one of their women's golfers washing her car on campus, according to the source. The NCAA ruled a secondary violation had occurred because the water and hose were not available to regular students and requested the golfer pay back $20, which was deemed to be the value of the water and use of the hose.

Wait, what? Is this a real story?

Sadly, it is. This situation is just further evidence that the NCAA is a joke.

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5 comments:

  1. With all of the illegal activities that are obviously going on at many colleges involving student athletes, the NCAA has to pick on this young lady for wanting to keep her car clean? I already had an opinion that the NCAA had problems and questionable policies, but this takes the cake! Maybe the NCAA ought to drug test itself. Its pretty apparent that they have been smoking something! Honestly, I think its time that they themselves were investigated. By a "independent" group. Cmon NCAA!!!!! Put the bong down!!!!!!!!

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    1. there is nothing in your comment I DONT agree with. The NCAA should walk out side their offices, form a large circle, and kick each other repeatedly till they are unconscious. and the last man "standing" should just run out into traffic.

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  2. NCAA are just a bunch of jackasses! They just can't help it!

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  3. Must have been a slow week....

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  4. Shame (sarcasm)!

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