They say once you hit the big-time there's more eyeballs looking and spying on you. Well, that's just what the Baylor men's and women's basketball teams are learning Monday, as multipule sources are reporting both programs may face NCAA sanctions thanks to placing more than 1,200 impermissible phone calls and text messages during a 29-month span.
Of course, there will now be debate whether or not placing phone calls or text messages is an act or cheating or just more silly NCAA violations being strictly enforced. Regardless of what you think, freshman forward Quincy Miller took to Twitter Monday to express his opinion on the matter.
Miller's reaction will be posted after the jump...
???? RT @bsubaylorgang: I QUIT FWD: ESPN NCAAB - Baylor men's, women's teams face possible NCAA sanctions for impermissible phone calls -— Q Miller (@qmillertime) April 9, 2012
Miller's real opinion, it can be assumed, was expressed this retweet of a fan.
@qmillertime i guess they assume we cheat now tht we are good? society is great these days— Tyler O'Dell (@bsubaylorgang) April 9, 2012
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