It's been rumored that there's been continued discipline problems with Cliff Harris during his suspension, curious if anyone has heard anything factual along these lines?
With the level of talent presented by Harris, proven after just year one, it's clear he'll be moving on to the NFL as soon as the opportunity presents itself. It's concerning that having players around who are individually focused with no long-term program intentions lead to more off the field issues.
While the off-the-field problems of Harris have been embarrasing to the program they don't necessarily lead to sanctions. What's more concerning about Harris's poor decision making is whether or not it will lead to worse actions like accepting money or goods in exchange for benefits.
The current NCAA system has no ability to issue fines or penalities against these players and the NFL turns a blind eye to drafting players with known off the field problems. Bottom line there's a now risk and big reward for Harris. If these discipline problems do exist, Oregon should cut its losses before they lead to a wake of damage far beyond Harris's departure.