Friday, June 05, 2009

Memphis under more scrutiny- Robert Dozier's SAT scores invalidated

Former University of Memphis forward Robert Dozier's initial SAT scores were invalidated by the company that scores the exam, and when he took the test a second time, he scored 540 points lower, ESPN.com has learned through an open records request.

In addition, a faculty member at his high school in suburban Atlanta wrote an anonymous letter to the NCAA Clearinghouse questioning his score on the admissions test, records obtained from the University of Georgia show

From espn

Kentucky fans, you sold your soul to the devil. Calapari operates on the fringe(being kind here) and your fate will be the same as Memphis and UMass before you. Gillispie was not the right guy for the job, but Calapari is only going to get you in trouble.

3 comments:

finebammer said...

now bj, calipari has never, ever been tied to any of these things at umasa or memp.

what ever happened to innocent until proven insanely corrupt???

Hville said...

On a separate note, I am VERY glad we now didn't go after Tim Floyd. And also, does this mean that USC is trying their best to quickly throw the bball team under the bus to save the football program? If the Reggie Bush situation would have been handled in a timely manner, then the basketball team would be staring down the barrel of a gun, like our football team was previously. Just a thought....

bobbyjack said...

I doubt the NCAA is going to let USC off for football by the Floyd sacrifice. Then again tOSU avoided penalties for Clarett so who knows...

I still say that Calapari makes Floyd look like Gottfried in terms of seediness.