Michigan Compliance Department Goes on Stand-By

How long before we see these on Ebay?

Say it isn’t so.

Please say that after what happened at Ohio State, the University of Michigan isn’t letting its football players keep the throwback jerseys worn in the Wolverines’ last-second victory over Notre Dame.

No athletic director who pays attention to the world, and conference, around him would say “yes” to such a request.

And yet, Michigan athletic director Dave Brandon, after checking with his NCAA compliance officer, acceded to the players’ wishes. They get to keep the jerseys.

While this is not a violation of NCAA rules, it is a violation of common sense.

via WOODY: Michigan’s jersey giveaway sets a dangerous precedent | Richmond Times-Dispatch.

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