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By Michael P. Orsi
Edward Snowden should declare his patriotism in court
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Keith R. Tribble
Central Florida will have to sit out the postseason for a year in men's basketball and football under sanctions the NCAA handed down Tuesday, adding to penalties the school self-imposed after major recruiting violations were uncovered last year in both programs.
University of Central Florida football player Ereck Plancher died after a preseason practice from complications of sickle cell trait, not an undetected heart problem as school attorneys have argued, a cardiologist testified Thursday during a wrongful death trial.
The short time at Central Florida for Michael Jordan's two sons has often been more hoopla than hoops.
In a written response through his attorney in February to the NCAA's allegations Tribble acknowledged some improprieties, but claimed that until this case he "had a very superficial and somewhat misinformed understanding of NCAA recruiting legislation."
athletic director Keith Tribble originally said that the workout last 10 minutes in duration and that Plancher never was seen struggling.