I have posted before I don’t think much of collegiate athletic “scandals.” I watch college sports for the competition. If someone’s title or performance is in question then… or “vacated” thereafter (I “love” that concept)…I could care less. If I work at a baseline everyone is cheating I find it much easier to enjoy the games.
Andy Staples of SI.com wrote a fabulous piece called “Cheating For Dummies: Your Guide To Smarter NCAA Rule-Breaking.” Whether you are interested in these “scandals” or not it is a hilarious column…if you’re going to cheat at least be smart about it.
Staples was inspired by comments made during a Comedy Central roast of David Hasselhoff. More specifically, one of his roasters turning on another. Comedian Jeff Ross decided to highlight the most embarrassing event in the Cincinnati Mayoral career of one Jerry Springer…”Who the hell pays a hooker with a personal check? That’s like – paying a hooker with a personal check.”
Great, easy-to-digest instructions on how to cheat which can be applied to real life…not just the fantasy world of NCAA rules infractions and enforcement.