We know, we know, we know. Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me. Fool me three or four or five times? Take a sledgehammer to my groin for being an über-dolt.
And, yet, here we are again.
A mere 109 days after the NCAA concluded their hearing with USC regarding the probe into their football and basketball programs, it appears that the NCAA is set to release the results of their findings. Again.
This time, it’s ESPN.com‘s Joe Schad with the news of an imminent release.
“USC penalties will be announced tomorrow,” Schad wrote on his Twitter account.
No further details were given. Although it is interesting to see that Schad chose to write that it will be penalties that will be announced.
As has been our way of dealing with every case of premature speculation, though, we won’t hold our breath waiting for the report to come tomorrow, next week or sometime around when Reggie Bush‘s kid graduates. College.
But, eventually, somebody has to nail it, right? Right???
UPDATE 1:27 p.m. ET: Charles Robinson of Yahoo! Sports just tweeted the following regarding the release of the NCAA’s findings. And it looks as, dadgummit, the sucker may indeed be released tomorrow.
“A source says USC expects 2 have a copy of the NCAA’s report in their hands in the next few hours. NCAA & USC press conference tomorrow.”