Rather than wax moral superior with a bunch of holier than thou platitudes or irrelevant historical anecdotes on a story we're all nauseatingly over already, I thought it might instead be interesting to read insight from someone who actually knows a thing or two about NCAA rules and regulations. John Infante just last week on a Louisville radio station suggested a lack of accreditation (via a hypothetical DoE power play/Clery Act fist of god) could result in Penn State facing a transitional status that would effectively introduce an athletic department wide NCAA post-season ban (if not operational shutdown). Today he elaborates on why this might be more realistic than one might otherwise think. Now I imagine Jim Delany and his 11 other power brokers du jour may have something to say about this, but an interesting hypothetical none the less.
The good Dr. Matt Hinton, SMQ. is on the Devin Smith bandwagon. And why not? Smith was the only consistently competent wide receiver during a disaster 2011 and other than Michael Thomas and perhaps Philly Brown, the surest of bets in a receiving corp riddled with question marks.
Even in the world of video games, you get what you give, Todd Graham. See you in Chestnut Hill in 2k13, BB!
From the department of ICYMI...
3 *MILLION DOLLAR* DRUG RING? AT 17? /*ACHIEVEMENT UNLOCKED*
Unfortunately, that's to be followed by the far less coveted 25 G "YOUR ASS IS GOING TO JAIL" one.
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