Talk about your smoking gun.

O’Bannon watchers, you want proof of competitive balance?  Mark Lewis, NCAA executive vice president for championships and alliances, son of Bill Lewis and – most significantly – former Georgia walk on, has your proof of competitive balance right here.

That’s the best evidence the NCAA has presented all trial.


Filed under Gators, Gators..., The NCAA

10 responses to “Talk about your smoking gun.

  1. ScoutDawg

    Sorry dude, but DGD.


  2. DawgPhan

    that was a nice moment.

    seems like Lewis’s MBB testimony supported that gambling supports the popularity of the sport not competitiveness or amateurism.

    The part about people not knowing a single team but filling out a bracket.


  3. Dog in Fla

    “A very happy day in Georgia.”

    With that, Bill drops mic, leaves witness stand.

    In related news, just walk away Renae


    • AusDawg85

      NCAA attorneys were immediately seen fist-bumping, shouting “Oh NO you di’ant!” and dancing to Soulja Boy.


      • Dog in Fla

        Verne and Gary dance. Steiner don’t know basketball.

        I really wish this trial was televised because it is an absolute three-ring circus that neither side was in any way, shape or form prepared to try. Thank Judge Wilkens for fast-tracking it because it makes for great entertainment. After this preliminary bout in Oakland, the real nut-cutting will be done by Kessler who will be prepared for trial. Even Steve Patterson knows that.


  4. IndyDawg

    Want the Gators to hear that ringing in their ears until they curl up into a fetal position.


  5. Bulldog Joe

    “A very happy day in Georgia.”

    …until Aaron Murray got hurt.

    What a kick in the groin last season was.


  6. CreswellKing

    Wait a second. The EVP of the NCAA is a Georgia grad and we still got totally raped over the AJ Green “issue”? What complete horseshit.