Photo courtesy of zimbio.com. Jerry Sandusky (pictured above) is one of the many faces that represents a year of scandal in the NCAA.
By Josh Kramer
Welcome to the eighth edition of “Throwback Saturdays.” By this point, I think you all know the drill. What was happening in the wide world of sports on March 10, 2011? How about on March 10, 2010? Well let’s find out.
One year ago..
State of College Athletics
Here is a snippet..
“The NCAA’s core purpose is to govern competition in a fair, safe, equitable and sportsmanlike manner, and to integrate intercollegiate athletics into higher education so that the educational experience of the student-athlete is paramount.”
That is directly from the NCAA website.
It’s hard to believe in those words these days.
The “Tat Five.”
All of those people were recently involved in major scandals in college athletics. Don’t forget about oversigning either. College athletics is in worse shape than LeBron James’ reputation in Cleveland.
What’s worse is some university presidents and athletic directors will stand by these men at all costs (To finish reading this post, click this link). Continue reading
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