Found July 27, 2012 on
No Guts, No Glory:
Pittsburgh area sports agent Ralph Cindrich joined NewsRadio 1020 KDKA in Pittsburgh to give his take on the Penn State sanctions that were handed down by the NCAA. But Cindrich really wasn’t interested in discussing the sanctions per se, unless you count calling NCAA president Mark Emmert “a bozo” discussing the sanctions. He was more interested in discussing how Alabama coach Nick Saban is paying players and successfully covering it up.
Unfortunately, Cindrich doesn’t actually give concrete details of the evidence he has regarding Saban’s cheating, but he does offer that, “Everybody has something on Nick Saban, for God’s sake.” “And if he has a problem with anything I say, come on after me, big guy.”
Realizing that they weren’t getting anything solid from all of this, KDKA-AM’s Larry and John push Cindrich for something, anything that could be seen as evidence. And all Cindrich could muster was this:
“Like violations. Like payola. I mean, I testify in these things, guys. There’s
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