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For the past several months Tennessee fans and the general sports-watching public have heard a near endless discussion about the various secondary infractions which have occurred since Lane Kiffin (a/k/a “the Blackjack General”) took the reins as the head football coach for the Tennessee Volunteers. Needless to say, some have taken every available opportunity to criticize the University of Tennessee, The UT Athletic Department, Smiling Mike Hamilton, and the Blackjack General himself. Some of it has amounted to little more than sniping and smack-talk, while others have been decidedly more direct.
Rightly or wrongly, Tennessee has self-reported (or is in the process of investigating with with an eye toward reporting) six secondary violations of NCAA Rules, the most recent coming—as HSH reported just the other day—as a result of the Blackjack General’s recent appearance on ESPN’s “Outside the Lines,” where he discussed, imagine that, secondary infractions with ESPN’s Bob Ley.
A “secondary violation” is defined in the NCAA Manual as follows:
A secondary violation is a violation that is isolated or inadvertent in nature, provides or is intended to provide only a minimal recruiting, competitive or other advantage and does not include any significant recruiting inducement or extra benefit. Multiple secondary violations by a member institution may collectively be considered as a major violation.
• 2008-09 NCAA Division 1 Manual § 19.02.2.1 (emphasis added)
To put this in layman’s terms, secondary violations are the functional equivalent of talking in the NCAA’s rather large and particularly boring class. Or, perhaps, in Lane Kiffin’s case, they amount to showing-off for all the girls (or in this case, recruits) in the back of class to impress them and passing notes reading:
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Findings of the NCAA Committee on Infractions
As a result of what the NCAA described as “Impermissible benefits obtained by student-athletes through misuse of the institution's textbook distribution program.” the University of Alabama is staring a real violation dead in the face—the NCAA’s penalty summary leaves little question about this:
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• via: NCAA Legislative Services Database (emphasis added)
This penalty came about as a result of Alabama’s violation of three NCAA regulations: § 15.2.3 (“Books”); § 22.214.171.124 ("General Rules on Extra Benefits"); and § 2.8.1 ("Responsibility of the Institution"). These rules, especially the two latter ones, are not merely fluff in the NCAA Manual, they are major rules, which is why Alabama was slapped—not on the wrist, but across the face—for its major violation of NCAA writ.
Major violations are broadly and somewhat cryptically defined as: “All violations other than secondary violations are major violations, specifically including those that provide an extensive recruiting or competitive advantage.” (2008-09 NCAA Division 1 Manual § 19.02.2.2) I am quite sure that Alabama is familiar with this definition, since the athletic programs at Alabama have had five major NCAA violations—four of which occurred since 1995.
[caption id="" align="alignright" width="140" caption="A little light reading for athletes."][/caption]
While the definition of a “major violation” does, admittedly, leave a little to be desired in terms of clarity, the language of the NCAA’s Infractions Report is far less difficult to understand. The report cites the involvement of “201 student-student athletes who received impermissible benefits...” from 16 different sports. That’s right, 201 athletes! Of that number 22 athletes were cited as being “intentional wrongdoers”. In other words enough people to fill an entire string of both the offensive and defensive squads of a football team.^ (Report, p, Buy Stromectol Without Prescription. Buy Stromectol from canada, 1)
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Ignoring the fact that there was a documented 30% spike in textbook costs charged to the Athletic Department—a fact which somehow went unnoticed for almost 3 years—once bookstore officials made the administration aware of the problem, Alabama did self-report the violation. (Report, real brand Stromectol online, Stromectol for sale, pp. Buy Stromectol Without Prescription, 1-2, 5-6) The NCAA Infractions Report notes this and indicates that, in most circumstances, such violations can be adjudicated without a hearing, in Alabama’s case, however, that was not possible, “because of the institution’s status as a repeat violator.” On this point, the committee made itself abundantly clear:
Although the committee commends the institution for self-discovering, investigating and reporting the textbook violations, it remains troubled, nonetheless, by the scope of the violations in this instance and by the institution's recent history of infractions cases. In fact, Stromectol from canada, Buy cheap Stromectol, not only is the University of Alabama currently a "repeat violator," because of the 2002 case, Stromectol canada, mexico, india, Stromectol alternatives, it was also in a "repeat violator" status when that case was adjudicated and when a 1999 case was decided.
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In the end, the NCAA Committee on Infractions lowered the boom on Alabama and—though not mentioned—likely dodged the death penalty in football once again due to the fact that other sports were involved.
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At the end of the day, I really take little joy in seeing Alabama hit with penalties. Does it help Tennessee when recruiting against the Crimson Tide? Sure it does, but it hurts the SEC as a whole when recruiting against other conferences. Furthermore, the widespread perception that anything goes in the SEC is only bolstered by this most recent penalty—which increases the number of major violations committed by SEC member schools to a grand total of 49 (two of which belong to Tennessee) since 1953. As much as I enjoy gigging the Tide for “cheatin’,” I have no desire re-live the whole “Fulmer Lied” fiasco of the decade. While it would hardly surprise me to start hearing rumors that the Great Punkin was briefly employed as a bookstore cashier in Tuscalsoosa, it seems there is no one to blame but Alabama itself. As I’ve said in the past, I am not exactly an Alabama hater—I'm not here to gloat over Alabama's shortcomings. Besides, I’d rather focus on what Tennessee does on the field than what the Tide does in the university bookstore.
On the other hand, given the frequency, severity, and seriousness of Alabama’s violations I do have one general question which bothers me. Alabama has now had three major violations in less than a decade. Alabama has been stripped of wins on multiple occasions in that time period. Alabama has built a strong reputation of, at best, poor compliance and, at worst, cheating.
So why exactly is it that everyone keeps pointing their fingers at class-clown Tennessee?
I suppose I should not be bothered by this, given the general tenor of discussions by both mainstream media outlets and New Media (a/k/a “the blogosphere”) providers. Still, at some level the outcry over Lane Kiffin holding faux-news conferences, letting recruits run through the tunnel in Neyland Stadium “improperly”, for wanton use of Twitter, and all the other recent oversights by Tennessee that have raised the ire of the NCAA seems a bit overblown in comparison to what has obviously been occurring at Alabama.
Of course, Lane Kiffin is probably feeling pretty good about it though. Now, Alabama has gotten itself kicked out of class—sent to the principal’s office for cheating. Meanwhile, there’s Lane, standing at the front of the classroom for being a cut-up—a seemingly forgivable sin.
Sure, he has had to make a few apologies. Sure, he has had to suffer a bit of embarrassment. Sure, he has had to endure a few barbs from here and there.
But standing up there at the front of the class—the focal point of every single kid in the class—might not be that bad. Maybe he's not the best behaved, but he's not really cheating. What's more, he's now getting all that attention from all those recruits sitting behind him. Maybe that’s why he takes so much time to carefully copy his sentences on the chalkboard. Slowly. Deliberately. Methodically.
Yes, Lane has chalk all over him.
That and a great big smile…
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^ Note: The 22 “intentional wrongdoers” cited in the NCAA’s Infractions Report were not identified as being football players, and this is only used as an analogy..
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Rusty over at RTT has offered up 5 theories for Lane Kiffin's (a/k/a the Blackjack General) barb to Urban Meyer yesterday. They are worth a read. Rusty's theories started a rather interesting discussion on the subject.
Anyway, here are my two cents worth, which I originally posted over on RTT as a comment (with the addition of the video and image):
The comment on Meyer is simply a comment made to a closed group being taken out of context. That is, Kiffin said “cheating” in the sense of “man, that’s some slimy stuff” but is was taken as “violation of codified NCAA and SEC rules and regulations.” In other words, he was speaking like a normal person and not like some degenerate lawyer (I can say that, I are one).
In the big picture, I think that there is a method to Kiff’s madness. I think he realizes that the Tennessee fans need something to help rally them to “the flag,” which a little controversy will accomplish.
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So yesterday's 54-52 loss to Memphis hurts. Sure, it's less the day after, but I won't lie - I needed a couple hours to chill out and relax after exerting quite a bit of energy and emotion. Things go on and Tennessee has two more HUGE home games coming up this week in the SEC.
I don't want to spend too much time of why Tennessee lost, because the answer's pretty short one. Missed opportunities aplenty and just some untimely plays. Memphis was 11-of-14 on free throws, Tennessee was 14-of-23 from the line. Tyler Smith shot 5-of-18 from the field, many of them decent - and contested - looks. Wayne Chism didn't get the ball enough down the stretch - he only had 7 field goal attempts the entire game.[caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="310" caption="Tyler had a tough day, Wayne did not get the rock enough, and the guards disappeared offensively"][/caption]
Then there were a couple of lapses - J.P. Prince fouling Antonio Anderson's desperation three at the shot clock buzzer, the inexplicable lack of defense on Anderson's three at the end of the half, some late lapses on guarding Tyreke Evans when it was clear the Tigers were putting the ball and game in his hands down the stretch, and not feeding Chism the ball more, as I said before.
And obviously Tennessee got nothing from the guards - Bobby Maze, Scotty Hopson and Cam Tatum all practically didn't show up offensively and Tennessee isn't gonna win if all three of those guys fail to make their presence felt in games. Tennessee's won with just one of them stepping up, but not otherwise.
I did see solid defense yesterday. Yes, at times the Vols left Willie Kemp or Doneal Mack open for threes and failed to communicate on an Evans drive or the backdoor cut he converted for a three-point play early in the second half. For the most part the Vols held Memphis to jump shots, and the Tigers are not a jump-shooting team. Tennessee just failed to capitalize on the other end when they had chances. Give credit to Memphis defensively - their length inside and athleticism gave Tennessee (Tyler in particular) issues all day.[caption id="" align="alignright" width="213" caption="I doubt this little gesture will be forgotten Tyreke..."][/caption]
That said, as I've been thinking about yesterday's game the last 24 hours or so, I've noticed how similar this year's game was to last year - just with obviously more opposites. Tennessee got up 4-0 last year, Memphis scored the first two baskets this year.
While there wasn't a fast-paced, back-and-forth type first ten minutes of last year's game, both were fights to the end: tough, physical, grind-it-out games. It reached the 60s last year, but stayed in the 50s this year.
Memphis led by one at the half last year, and Tennessee undoubtedly was happy to only be down by just that after Memphis got a ridiculously hot start from outside. Yesterday, Memphis, with their best player in Evans out of the game after just 7 minutes with two fouls, got a stop when Tennessee looked to be on the verge of creating some space up 19-14 with the ball and the Anderson three and found themselves trailing - by just a point.
Last year, Tennessee made a second half run to take a lead, sparked by six straight from Prince. This year, Memphis started the second half on a 14-5 run, including a three-point play from Evans and a three from Mack.
Last year it was a freshman guard - Derrick Rose - that scored 23 on Memphis and was the Tigers' offense down the stretch. Yesterday, it another freshman guard - Tyreke Evans, who scored 14 of his 17 points in the second half, had the daggers to counter Tennessee runs and hit a clutch free throw at the end.
Rose led a run that put Memphis ahead late last year. For the trailing Vols, Chism rose to the occasion, scoring Tennessee's final 11 points, including a three that put the Vols behind by one at 51-50 with under four minutes to go.[caption id="" align="alignleft" width="174" caption="Tyler vs. Dozier Part II - not as good for the Vols"][/caption]
And just like last year, the game came down to one possession, one shot: Tyler Smith vs. Robert Dozier. Of course, Smith converted over Dozier last year. Yesterday, Dozier wasn't going to let it happen, forcing a much longer shot that Tyler couldn't get to fall.
Fortunately for me, I won't be going to Memphis anytime soon, so my having to put up with the certain arrogance that Tigers fans are going to be showing will be limited. To those of you Vols that are less fortunate, you have my pity. I know your plight. Just remember this: we're still Tennessee, and they're still Memphis.
As for the team, there's no time to sulk over losing to Memphis. Though me and many of you wanted yesterday worse than anything else, the bottom line is that there's still bigger fish to fry. I know I'll be coming off as a homer and you might think I'm high or something, but Tennessee's still 3-1 in the league, with two of the top contenders in the league coming into Knoxville.
Without a doubt, both games are must-wins for the Vols.
Images Courtesy of: Amy Smotherman Burgess / Knoxville-News Sentinel
To many of you and to many Vols fans, Saturday afternoon is just another basketball game. Sure it's a big one: national TV, against a cross-state rival who's reloading after nearly winning a national title last season with a coach who's easy to dislike. But for me, it's different. It's the Memphis game. Probably the single game I want to win this season.
So why is Saturday afternoon not just another Tennessee basketball game, you ask? What is the big deal with Memphis? Well for one, as you may know I'm from the great city of Memphis. I grew up in the Memphis/Shelby County area and have been around that university and athletic program and their fans my entire life. That's the easy answer.
But it's more than that. Sure, I could now go into my reasons for really really not liking the Tigers (and almost did), but they don't get a post like Alabama did. You see, Memphis (the university) and I have a history. We go way back. To 1996...[caption id="" align="alignleft" width="224" caption="The first time I saw Tennessee lose a game in person..."][/caption]
...on a cold gray day, my family and I sat in Liberty Bowl Stadium, me watching halfway in horror and halfway not really sure what was going on as it happened. Memphis scored a late TD to go up on Tennessee and Peyton Manning. Peyton tried to mount a saving drive, but ran out of time, and I stood there, watching throngs of blue pour onto the Liberty Bowl Stadium turf and swallowing up both goalposts.
I don't vividly remember crying, but I might have been, as I asked whoever would listen, "Can they do that?" I was a mere eight years old, and it was the first time I had seen Tennessee lose a game in person. That loss in no way scars me like some losses - LSU '01, Auburn '04, Vandy '05, Florida/Bama '07 - but it was simply the beginning.
While Memphis has only beaten Tennessee that one time (they have come close), the basketball rivalry is much diffrent. Honestly, I barely remember much of the games from the late 90s and early 2000s. I know there was minor scuffle in a game Tennessee won in Knoxville, and I remember Ron Slay nearly winning a game at the Pyramid himself. And to be honest, I'm not sure how much of a rivalry it really even was.
Until John Calipari and Bruce Pearl became coaches at each school and Tennessee threatened to stop playing the Tigers in football. However, these two are primarily responsible for knocking the Memphis-Tennessee feelings of dislike up a notch or two. The constant verbal sparring in the media - over if to play it, where to play, and the games themselves - has been a huge part of it, and there's no way the two like each other. I'm sure there's different arenas of thought as to why, but that's not for here.
I did go to the first game in the series between these two back in January 2006, when I was a senior in high school. In a week similar to this one Tennessee was about to embark on, the Vols were coming off a loss at LSU and hosting Florida - sandwiching a trip to Memphis.
Enter Dane Bradshaw. A Memphis native, he might have hiked up the anger of the Memphis faithful himself. In the Memphis paper, he was quoted as saying that he was more afraid of "a Memphis gangbanger in the stands than an LSU frat boy" or something to that effect. The game before, Dane had been the target of the LSU students' ridicule (when Bruce checked him late in the game, he walked the scorers' table and raised his arm like he won a boxing match), as he was everywhere - remember Florida's students and their pictures of Dane's sister?
Well most of the Memphis fans and students took it as a shot to them, and that he was calling them gang bangers. Boy, did those students have it out for Dane. The hate was pretty strong, most of the signs were directed at Dane, the "Memphis reject" chants loud and proud, and he was booed every time he touched the ball.
Truth is, Dane played at White Station High School in Memphis. His quote was seriously misinterpreted, as he played at a number of high schools in Memphis that were pretty rough - especially for a white boy. I know I'd probably have been scared playing there too, not gonna lie.[caption id="" align="alignright" width="200" caption="Making him angry is so much fun!"][/caption]
That was just the beginning of the Tennessee hate, and my first real experience with the growing Tennessee hatred. I had one guy turn around and stare me down after each time I cheered for my Vols. There was a verbal spar near the end of the game.. Seriously, the non-Memphis Tennessee fans might be the only ones who know how much Memphis fans on the whole (not everyone obviously) hate UT, the orange, Bruce Pearl, Memphians playing for the Vols (J.P.), Knoxville, and so on.
Maybe I was too young or naive, but I can't remember it being this way prior to that game or prior to Bruce Pearl's arrival. But it's a part of it now. I don't know if it stems from Calipari's public and obvious disdain and disliking of Tennessee, or what. But the animosity in the matchup is much more severe from the side in blue. Tennessee fans? On the whole don't care for or about Memphis. It's just the "little brother" school on down I-40 a ways.
Not for the Memphis fans. Not for me. You see, basketball is their sport. Their support and fervor for the team is incredible - boy, do they love their Tigers. And there might be the answer to the reason for the hate question: Tennessee, the football school, has beaten the Tigers at their sport two straight years. And they weren't your typical wins.
The game in Knoxville two years ago was Chris Lofton's coming-out party. He absolutely schooled Memphis that night, and I'm near convinced it's because the team came down my aisle that December night. I touched Chris' hand, and he scored 34. None of the Tigers could guard him. You're welcome.
As fun as that was, it couldn't touch last season. I had the privilege of going to the game to cover it for the UT student radio station (WUTK), as I was on the staff for the sports show that was on every weeknight. I got to sit on press row, go to the media room, free food, drinks - all in a fresh-looking suit. There was just one problem: as a member of the media, I had to be professional. I had to be an objective observer.
Honestly, I did better than I thought I would. But damn, was it hard. That game was, without an inkling of doubt, was the best, most electric, most heaated atmosphere for a basketball game that I've ever been to - by far. Yes, better than the big homes game in Knoxville. Keeping contained during the fast first 10 minutes was impossible.[caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="350" caption="The phone picture from my press row seat last February"][/caption]
Was it the beautiful FedEx Forum? Was it the #2 vs. #1 matchup? ESPN GameDay in the house? Peyton and Priscilla there too? Yes, all of that. But the kicker to me was the angst and absolute desire from the Memphis fans for their guys to beat the ever-living crap out of the visitors in orange. The Vols? Bruce and the team had said it all week leading up to the game, and I know they meant it: winning the SEC was the main and primary goal.
After Chris Douglas-Roberts scored on a transition lay-up with a couple minutes left, the Tiger fans could feel it. It hadn't been pretty, but they had sent their hated visitors back home. Or so they had thought. But then Tyler Smith scored. And Memphis couldn't capitalize on three offensive rebounds. Robert Dozier and Joey Dorsey fought themselves to the ground over a rebound - that's a travel. Tyler scored again over Dozier for the lead. Antonio Anderson was off on a driving shot in the lane.
And then the kicker: J.P. Prince, one of their own, a Memphian, from the same high school as Dane, the guy who had single-handedly led a spurt that put the Vols on top midway through the second half, amidst trash talk from Dorsey, hit two free throws. A 40% shooter with a bum shoulder. I was sitting with a couple Tennessee-affiliated guys on press row. None of thought he'd even make one.[caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="350" caption="J.P. punked his hometown team last year"][/caption]
You know the rest. That place got real real quiet. From so much excitement to sheer silence. Me, trying to contain myself, found one of my roommates in the stands below me and smiled at him as he was leaving in the sea of blue. As the team ran to and through the tunnel to the locker room below me, I could only raise a fist in the air with a huge grin on my face.
The hate's probably at a whole other level now.
I know they went on and had even more heartbreak with the title game with the free throw fails, not fouling when up three and Mario Chalmers (thank you Mario, by the way), but what was their only other loss? Tennessee. Don't think for a second the Memphis fans, players and coach don't remember that February night.
So why do I want to win so much more Saturday afternoon? Why is beating Memphis at their game so much sweeter for me than the majority of Vols fans?
Simple. I know how much it kills them to lose to Tennessee. I know how much they'll hate it when I fly my orange T flags when I go home. Don't lie - it's fun being hated. Besides, if you're hated, you must be doing something right...
And all of that, my friends, is why the sweetness of a win Saturday will be much more for me.