Tahlequah-Sequoyah football players reinstated

Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Bill John Baker won an appeal to the Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association Wednesday for reinstatement of about a dozen Sequoyah High School student athletes who were ruled ineligible last month.

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Wild Man - 11/20/2012 1:31 AM
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I've had enough!!! Bill John Baker did not win anything! He didn't fight for them at all,he said the day before the hearing he wouldn't argue the sanctions. He showed up at hearing to make it look good! He spent a whole 5 minutes there! If he wants to take credit for the win then send checks to the parents who hired attorneys! On top of that the whole five minutes he was there he read a written speech!!!!! Now Bill John enough of your crap bow your using kids for your lies!

Wild Man - 11/20/2012 1:22 AM
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Bull!

cattleokie - 11/8/2012 12:13 PM
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WOW, to me it looks like they through the book @ them, but a few years ago when Jenks had that illegal players that did not have a legal address all they did to them was give them a few sanctions & Coach Tribble could not coach for a year. I guess having the right attorney,s you can get away with about anything!!!!!!
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