To those of you burned out over IT, the NCAA, and everything like that, I apologize for creating yet another post on the topic. There is nothing earth-shattering in this article, but it does capture how, pre-IT, Penn State was lauded by the NCAA and then torn apart to satisfy public opinion.
Note the prof being interviewed is a long-time critic of the NCAA. Whether that lends her credence or shows her bias I leave to each of you to decide. For me, the fact that she has been critical shows her perspicacity.
I keep hoping the slow drip-drip-drip of muted outrage against the NCAA will become a raging torrent that washes it, or at least emmert, away. I have the impression there are a bunch of college administrators all looking at one another, wanting to launch a revolution, but reluctant to be the leader. I sure hope someone soon finds the courage to lead the assault on the Bastille!