Literally has hundreds of dollars
Talking about the NCAA right? The folks in Indy are more or less enabling this win first and anti- amaturisim culture. They claim to govern and regulate the universities but they follow the endorsement money first then amaturisim second. Every year a new violation and each year a disappointment in the NCAA's resolution.Yes. They learned to suppress the uncomfortable and get back to printing money as quickly as possible.
1) Baylor - systemic cover up of and victim shamming of rape
2) Baylor - Murder
3) Penn St. - cover up of pedophile and rape
4) Mich. St. - enabling of a sick ****ing Dr.
4) North Carolina - systemic academic fraud
5) Stanford - Athletes for As classes
6) USC - Homes for Heisman's
7) Varsity Blues - stupid kids of the rich and famous
8) Arizona, Kansas, Creighton, et al. - sponsorship based recruiting
9) there are more, none come to immediately to mind
The NCAA has done near nothing to hold any of these universities accountable for these issues (of all folds). And sure as **** with the organization of the NCAA the Conferences will not stray from their members.
As much as it sucks as a CU fan to have to worry about an anti-athletic regent, I support the critical lens of academics, morality and athletics. The NCAA and Conference structure has no value beyond commercial endorsement deals and they are grasping to that model.