I’m told this is common practice in some other countries. Australia, I think?
The force on the ground from a bag and pushcart distributed over the wheels is significantly less than what the average person exerts from simply walking so I don’t get what the big deal is.
Celebration has nothing to do with it. If that was the case then booster would exploit that till the NCAA stopped it.
The biggest DUH! in the article is that the players who accepted it are leaving. So it is obvious they would see no punishment. They are not part of the NCAA anymore.
If a freshman or sophomore took money, I would think they would get a couple game suspension.
I joined two novice golf guys. On the 3rd hole we all putted out and I started the walk up to the next tee. When I glanced back they were both rolling their pushcarts across the green! Hey, it was the shortest distance to the next tee. We had a little, and diplomatic, talk before we teed off. They didn't know, or claimed not to know.
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I preordered for the second wave and just got notification that it shipped yesterday. Looking forward to finally getting to try it out! Winter is here in Ohio and so I don’t think I’ll be doing much work outside.