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September 04, 2009

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I wonder how late the NCAA is working on a Friday afternoon before a nice, long three day weekend.

Hopefully we hear something today.

That is so unfair to make OU football players abide by the same rules as everyone else. Don't they know OU is in the Big 12? The rules don't apply to the Big 12, do they?

Harold you are an Idot. The kid has the sworn statements from 1/2 a dozen people he did not play. This isn't right.

You would think this would be pretty simple. Did he play or not? Weren't there 100 people at this game?

Good luck on Bradford.

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