2 Duke players face charges related to DWI

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Well, gonna be interested to see how this is handled:
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Aiding and abetting DWI? What the heck is that? I handled a lot of DWI cases in a prior millennium, but I've never heard of aiding and abetting DWI. Might he have swapped seats with the driver after the stop?
 
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"No big deal...it was just a DWI! He didn't harm anyone. We need to be more worried about kids selling gear and making money!" said a spokesperson for the NCAA.
As has been posted by many on here when Few case was compared to Kofi situation, the NCAA historically does not weigh in on legal cases such as these. Nor do I want the NCAA mixed up in these kind of cases. The school should and typically handles any kind of suspensions/dismissals due to crimes/legal issues. Kofi’s situation had to do with eligibility and fell directly within the purview of the NCAA. Whether the penalty was warranted is another thing.
 
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As has been posted by many on here when Few case was compared to Kofi situation, the NCAA historically does not weigh in on legal cases such as these. Nor do I want the NCAA mixed up in these kind of cases. The school should and typically handles any kind of suspensions/dismissals due to crimes/legal issues. Kofi’s situation had to do with eligibility and fell directly within the purview of the NCAA. Whether the penalty was warranted is another thing.
It was a joke.
 
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Apparently "aiding and abetting" in this case means he knew the other guy was drunk, yet still allowed him to drive his car. The other kid supposedly blew an .08, which to my mind is not synonymous with obviously drunk.
 
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Easy prediction: Savarino, who's played all of 6 minutes in his career at Duke (he's a Jr. btw) will be suspended. Banchero, the potential 1st round pick in the next NBA draft, won't be punished (and honestly, maybe he shouldn't be). Coach K will be hailed by the media for suspending his own grandson, who wasn't going to see the floor anyway.
Ding Dong the witch is dead...100% correct. Then you will have the Dukies retelling the story of their no non-sense West Point grad who upheld the rules to his detriment.
 
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Weber suspeded Jamar Smith for a year. Don't think he ever played for us again. Of course, he nearly killed his team mate.
 
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Banchero starting tonight
Coach K said the headlines make it look li"ke they are both the same, but its not."

Obviously, not.
1. Is your top 10 NBA draft pick
2. Is your blood

Throw your blood to the wolves, your daughter has a coosh job, eventually he will too. Time will pass on this DWI and nobody will talk about it except at the frat house reunions 20 years later.

What would Underwood do if Tyler was driving intoxicated and had a 19 year old Kofi riding along?

What was the aiding and abetting? Was he trying to cover up by throwing stuff out the window, or how can you A&A?

I've never trusted K, just always seems like backdoor deals were getting done and he got away with it. Kinda like his daughter's coosh job and his grandson will now.
 
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Easy prediction: Savarino, who's played all of 6 minutes in his career at Duke (he's a Jr. btw) will be suspended. Banchero, the potential 1st round pick in the next NBA draft, won't be punished (and honestly, maybe he shouldn't be). Coach K will be hailed by the media for suspending his own grandson, who wasn't going to see the floor anyway.
Exactly
 
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Coach K said the headlines make it look li"ke they are both the same, but its not."

Obviously, not.
1. Is your top 10 NBA draft pick
2. Is your blood

Throw your blood to the wolves, your daughter has a coosh job, eventually he will too. Time will pass on this DWI and nobody will talk about it except at the frat house reunions 20 years later.

What would Underwood do if Tyler was driving intoxicated and had a 19 year old Kofi riding along?

What was the aiding and abetting? Was he trying to cover up by throwing stuff out the window, or how can you A&A?

I've never trusted K, just always seems like backdoor deals were getting done and he got away with it. Kinda like his daughter's coosh job and his grandson will now.
Apparently aiding and abetting was that he didn't prevent him from driving. If that's all it is, then I have no problem with no suspension, because that's kind of a ridiculous charge.
 
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As has been posted by many on here when Few case was compared to Kofi situation, the NCAA historically does not weigh in on legal cases such as these. Nor do I want the NCAA mixed up in these kind of cases. The school should and typically handles any kind of suspensions/dismissals due to crimes/legal issues. Kofi’s situation had to do with eligibility and fell directly within the purview of the NCAA. Whether the penalty was warranted is another thing.
And Kansas has yet to be punished........