Those that can, do.

Those that can’t, teach about what the others did.


Filed under Academics? Academics.

8 responses to “Those that can, do.

  1. Mayor

    So UNC got away with it and therefore didn’t have to, or apparently even want to, get clean. That place needs to have its accreditation yanked. Where are the academics who read this blog? I’d really like to hear what they have to say.


    • ASEF

      They almost did. SACS put them on probation and set up an office on campus, which UNC had to pay for. Those SACS people had full access to university operations. It’s as close to shuttering as an AAU university has ever come.


  2. 3rdandGrantham

    Those who can, do.
    Those who can’t, teach.
    And those who can’t teach… you become a PE teacher.

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    • The Dawg abides

      And where I’m from, the dumb jock PE teacher guys eventually become administrators through the good ol’ boy system.


      • Tony Barnfart

        When the loyal high school football coach isn’t winning enough… he becomes athletic director.


  3. jermainesdye

    Nothing to see here, nothing to see…


  4. ASEF

    Jay Smith. Crawling out from under his rock, I see.

    Jay started an S Corp to funnel profits from books, movies, and talks that he and Willingham were going to produce. Unfortunately for them, almost none of what Willingham claimed turned out to be verifiable, and much of it turned out to be verifiably false. Withered on the vine.

    By the way, Jay was part of the College of Arts and Sciences apparatus for monitoring undergraduate classrooms and curriculum. At a supervisory level. Those classes with no syllabus? Jay’s job to check that sort of thing out. He never mentions that.

    The UNC scandal was horrific, and part of that consequence is having people like Jay trying to twist it to their own ends. How he still manages to get reporters to spotlight him after being so thoroughly exposed 4 years ago is just baffling.

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  5. Bulldog Joe

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