- Jul 15, 2006
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Oh damn, he wasn't bluffing evidently.
They just need to let players know that, from X date forward, players who play for an AAU team will not be eligible for NCAA competition. Bold step, but that would do it, until the money started another league/funneling service.
It's important to remember the reason the investigation fell on its face in Miami wasn't due to them "lacking teeth," it was lacking integrity. Much like Bama with "SW1, SW2, et. al" the way they came by their information wasn't above board.
Maybe I'm just naive here but I never heard a single person prop him up as some "bastion of integrity." He was a dude representing a porn star that was paid off by the president. That's pretty much how I saw him portrayed. Yes, he wanted to pretend like he might run for president and there were a few commentators willing to roll with that stupidly but I think we can safely say running for president surely doesn't mean you have to have integrity anymore.
Come on, Josh. He was on air over 100 times for those two networks alone. If that's isn't a ringing endorsement of ones credibility and standing within a news department please give me a better example.
was meant to note a tone of hyperbole.