College football notebook: NCAA decision costs Bowden 14 victor...

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The NCAA has upheld its decision to vacate up to 14 victories from former football coach Bobby Bowden as part of Florida State's penalty in an academic cheating scandal.

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Florida Buckeye

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Jan 6, 2010
 
Bobby Bowden's teams still won those games. He is a class individual who would not, in my view, condone cheating in any way. I believe had he known (and some will say he should have known) these playing were doing what they have been accused of he would have suspended them himself.
Reese

Atlanta, GA

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Jan 6, 2010
 
Why is the NCAA picking on FSU but their investigation of Southern Cal is still pending in football? There is somthing to uncover regarding the Bush and Knight investigations.... I like Bowden, I like the way his teams played in the 90's and felt for him on those series of wide right and wide left kicks against Miami.(Heart-breakers)
James

Huntington, WV

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Jan 6, 2010
 
Texas, SoCal, and Florida are above the NCAA for some reason.Fla St, Nebraska, Ohio St, Michigan, Iowa, Penn St, Alabama, Boise St, Oregon, and WVA are the teams to look foward to next season. Time for some new blood at the top.
Buckeye Alum 08

United States

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Jan 6, 2010
 
he cheated he was a tyrant and a cheat, good riddance , now fla state might beat fla if they get jimbo can make it happen.

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