And justice for all

In a world in which legislators and government regulators jump into the private sector to become lobbyists and prosecuting attorneys switch sides to represent private parties as defense counsel, many of whom routinely find plenty of deep pockets who are happy to spend money to retain advocates with that sort of invaluable access to the system, it’s more than a little amusing to read Gregg Doyel’s sense of dismay that the same model has come to the world of NCAA enforcement.

If anything, I’m surprised it’s taken so long to happen.

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One response to “And justice for all

  1. Hogbody Spradlin

    And if the little nebbish Gregg Doyel got in trouble with the law, he’d observe the lawyer selection standards he expects Jim Tressel to observe?