Month: March 2019

ADMISSIONS CHEAT LISTS JOBS, MONTANA, NBA OWNER AS CLIENTS

On August 14, 2014, Rick Singer, the admitted ringleader of what the United States Justice Department on March 12, 2019, characterized as the largest college admissions scandal in United States history, published a post on one of the Facebook pages he utilized in promoting the company he used to perpetrate his crimes. The text of the post, which is no longer available on Facebook and has never been …

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COLLEGE CHEAT LISTS PETE CARROLL BIZ AS “STRATEGIC PARTNER”

On February 2, 2011, this was the front page of the official website of the man the United States Justice Department recently reported was the admitted ringleader of the largest college admissions scam in United States history. Thanks to wiretaps and a mountain of documentary evidence, Springer has now admitted to masterminding a vast criminal conspiracy that the U.S. Justice Department reported on March 12, 2019 was designed to provide academically unqualified students admission to American universities which most prominently included the University of …

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ESPN’S DANGEROUS ATTEMPT TO BUY OFF FREEDOM OF THE PRESS

Pre-eminent New York City sports media mainstay Michael Kay made an interesting claim during an appearance on Richard Deitsch’s Sports Media Podcast this week. At present, Kay is one of the best-known sports media figures in New York, hosting the highest-rated weekday sports talkshow in America’s biggest radio market while simultaneously serving as the lead New York Yankees TV announcer during baseball season. Because Kay has owned those jobs for well over a decade in a hyper-competitive, ratings-driven media market that has the reputation for being …

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PAC-12 PUNTER TESTIMONIAL ON ADMITTED ADMISSION FIXER SITE?

On Friday the University of Arizona football program will stage its annual NFL pro day in Tucson. Among the newest draft-eligible, ex-Wildcat football players performing for NFL scouts will be the starting punter for Arizona last season, Dylan Klumph. (Pronounced “Klump.”)Though Klumph, like the rest of his Arizona teammates following the 2018 season, failed to land an invite to the NFL Combine in Indianapolis, he is by no means an unknown quantity to NFL scouts. Before joining the Arizona football team as a graduate transfer, Klumph was a two-year starter at …

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