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But not in a way that violates any rules

Posted on: March 14, 2019 at 22:40:57 CT
zodiac6 JC
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If any other team had a 280-pound guy who was that athletic and needed special attention to ensure his shoes didn't blow up, they'd get it.

Nike isn't making him a better player.
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     How is it a violation? - Cosmo MU - 3/14 20:55:18
          They came specifically for him & gave him a special benefit - Macgrantt MU - 3/14 21:20:50
               Correct that other players don't typically get that - zodiac6 JC - 3/14 21:30:25
                    I think they are giving him a competetive advantage - Macgrantt MU - 3/14 21:38:43
                         But not in a way that violates any rules - zodiac6 JC - 3/14 22:40:57
                         You're wrong (nm) - Cosmo MU - 3/14 21:44:35
                              Wouldn't be the first time. I'm just tired of the cheaters - Macgrantt MU - 3/14 21:49:44
                                   Of course Duke cheats. This isn't an example of that, though - zodiac6 JC - 3/14 22:41:27
          Nike didn’t post pictures of it in The Shack - playhard KC - 3/14 20:58:57
     Warranty claim/damage control. Certainly not an ncaa - tigerdb MU - 3/14 20:51:08
     Why would that be a violation? - zodiac6 JC - 3/14 20:48:16




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