I really thought I was done with Camgate (unless the NCAA suddenly decided to issue a new ruling, I suppose), but this Dan Wetzel piece is so appalling that I can’t help myself. This is truly car-wreck-on-the-side-of-the-highway quality writing:
… Was he wrong to demand more from the establishment that had plenty to give? Was he misguided to look at the charade and say not this time, not with my son?
Is letting Cam play for “free” in the face of rampant profiteering really better than asking for some of the action?
It would’ve been easier, sure. Would’ve it been right? If your son was an actor, would you let him star in a Disney movie for free because Disney said so?
I mean, seriously, “not this time, not with my son?” Has Wetzel lost sight of who was pimping whom?