UConn won't face sanctions over Moore's ESPN visit
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Since: Mar 08
#1 Mar 20, 2008
Case closed? Hardly. Tennessee and Georgia are the "sore loosers" of NCAA women basketball. At best their judgement to "whine" about someone at UConn making a phone call to ESPN to allow Maya Moore and her mother to go on a tour is just plain mean and flies in the face of any HS sports prospect in any conference who now will be prevented from a harmless tour of ESPN. I would hope that Pat Summit shall now and henceforth fall under the scruinity of the sports investigators or is that "instigators" at ESPN to root out all of the minor AND major offenses at Tennessee. I suggest that they start with the "stuck" game clock during the Rutgers/Tenn game this past season that resulted in a unfair violation and a game stolen by Tennessee. Psst, Shelly Smith, here's your chance to get the BIG story.
#2 Mar 20, 2008
Funny seeing Pat Summit in ESPN Commercials now. Does anyone think she brought a recruit with her to the studios????
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