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NCAA ignoring widespread cheating at big programs

Dan Wetzel is at the NCAA again

It’s gotten to the point where Jerry Tarkanian’s legendary line about the NCAA’s selective enforcement habits – “the NCAA was so mad at Kentucky, it gave Cleveland State two more years of probation” – has become outdated.

It’s worth reading even if you aren’t a sports fan but rather is an indictment on our sports obsessed culture and how even major universities are driven more by money than by actually providing an education to their student athletes.  Before you get on me about being anti-NCAA (I am a Notre Dame fan), I have heard stories about my beloved CIS doing similar stuff to keep athletes eligible.