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Tuberville willing to withhold cost of attendance for violations


Cincinnati Bearcats head coach Tommy Tuberville believes in holding players accountable for their actions, so much so that he is willing to withhold cost of attendance money or stipends if a player violates team rules.

ESPN’s Joe Schad reported some of Tuberville’s comments earlier today.

Schad has also reported that Bearcat players are near the top in the nation in regards to how much money they are receiving.

Athletic Director Mike Bohn has also come out and supported his coaches recent statements.

The topic of rather we should play college athletes or not has now moved to how much we should fine them. Universities that adopt these new rules are walking a fine line of ethical standards.

Tuberville and his staff are making millions annually and that doesn’t even include the revenue the school receives for the teams performance. When was it determined that suspending a player from team activities wasn’t harsh enough?

Cincinnati opens the season on September 5th against Alabama A&M.

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