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PED's (performance enhancing drugs) are illegal because they give an unfair advantage to an individual playing a sport. Oversigning, a practice that the SEC uses year after year to gain an unfair advantage with recruiting --- how can this not be illegal on a team level? I just don't understand how the NCAA can allow this to continue to happen. The SEC is the only conference that habitually oversigns, and the SEC has won the past 7 NC games. I have read in major sports publication that when an SEC team signs 20% more recruits every year compared to schools in other conferences that they actually get an EXTRA recruiting class every 5 years. Can anyone explain why ESPN, NCAA, Yahoo, SI, and TSN just sit idly by? But I guess it's not nearly as heinous as a player trading a jersey for a tattoo. Geeesh!
You are comparing PEDs to something not against the rules. The still enter camp with the same numbers. I won't argue that it helped but you expect a lot of stories in a legal practice?
I agree OP IT'S bullshit and it needs to stop. For the haters who downvoted youu for saying it,so i went ahead and picked you back up.
Oversigning is unfair and it is a massive advantage.
But it is totally within the rules. Funny to see you defend lance Armstrong but denounce oversigning.
Also, I cording to oversigning.com sec leads, but there are big 10, acc and PAC 12 teams on there for 2011.
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