Alan Dell

June 26, 2011 12:00 AM

Commentary | If NCAA violators’ victories are vacated, did they really happen?

Nowadays in college sports, we can’t tell a loss from a win. Even if you were at a game and took a picture of the scoreboard, you can’t be sure which team won.

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