A plague on both their houses

I’m more than a little conflicted over this news.

On the one hand, it’s a visceral reminder that, for all the NCAA’s chest beating about being there for the kids, the organization really isn’t there for the kids.

On the other hand, at least I’m spared the sight of Mark Emmert ripping up the NCAA manual to make a personal point like he did with Penn State — a point that, by the way, was essentially neutered subsequently.

Shameful either way.



Filed under Crime and Punishment, The NCAA

4 responses to “A plague on both their houses

  1. moe pritchett

    “A plague o’ both your houses!” (Act III, Sc. 1

    It does not surprise.


  2. Debby Balcer

    If they did not violate anything the rules are too loose….but sell your jersey or make money off your signature and there are problems. SMH


  3. At a loss for words on this. As Debby said above, rules????. At least the court sent the guy to jail.