Okay, it’s already obvious I’m going to be able to mine the NCAA’s Miami debacle for plenty of chuckles. Let’s start with Nevin Shapiro’s attorney’s babe in the woods act.
“Had I realized I was dealing with, what is in my opinion … such an incompetent regulatory institution, I would have never allowed Mr. Shapiro to have had any type of contact with the NCAA — period,” Perez wrote in a text message to AP.
Welcome to the party, girlfriend. I’m pretty sure the feeling is mutual.
3 responses to “Methinks the lady doth protest too much.”
And Shalala alleges: “The NCAA enforcement staff acknowledged to the University that if Nevin Shapiro, a convicted con man, said something more than once, it considered the allegation `corroborated’ – an argument which is both ludicrous and counter to legal practice.”
That is some harsh rhetoric, no?
Sounds like the NCAA stiffed poor old Maria, or Maria padded her bills.
Mark* just met an undead girl seriously named Maria. However, he is not her first hazmat rodeo:
“In my opinion, New Times is not a newspaper or even a leaflet, as it offers nothing which is noteworthy, newsworthy or reliable, and it similarly serves to cast Miami, the city which generates income for New Times, in a negative light when it refers to South Florida as a Ponzi capital and when it describes the ‘black depths of Biscayne Bay.'”