Man, the NCAA has really gone to the crapper since the holidays hit and they let Chuck Wynne start running the entire place. After a strange Ohio State ruling on the heels of an even stranger Cam Newton ruling, the NCAA is again in the headlines this morning for a peculiar decision. College athletics’ current governing body handed out suspensions to Kansas State stars Jacob Pullen and Curtis Kelly today for accepting an unathorized discount at a department store. Kelly, who received between $300-$500 in discounts, was shelved for six games, while Pullen, who found an invisible coupon for $100-$300 off, will sit for three games. Seem like a stiff penalty for only a couple hundred bucks? Well, comparatively speaking, it is. Hated rival Josh Selby had to sit nine games for accepting over six thousand dollards in benefits from Carmelo Anthony’s business manager. Think that might heat up the message boards in the midwest?
Again, sadly, the Gator Discount still goes unnoticed.
And, finally, Free Enes already.