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Scandals, Scandals, Scandals… Three Takeaways (Rants) From The Latest SEC Scandal

gfx - honest opinionCome on in.  Take a seat.  This isn’t going to take long.  I just have a few things I’d like to get off my chest.

Today I spent about 15 minutes listening to some sports radio in my car.  In that time, I heard the same two points — really dumb points, I might add — made time and again across the dial.  In between growls and slaps to my forehead, a third issue came to mind, as well, and it’s equally aggravating.

So without further delay, please allow me this short rant about three things that drive me absolute batty.  Ready?  Good.

 

1.  Media members and ex-jocks must stop suggesting that paying players is The Answer (!) to cheating.

Are these people really so simpleminded?  Do they not realize that if a kid is willing to cheat for a few bucks now he’d also be willing to cheat for a few extra bucks on top of whatever a school might pay him?

Think of it this way — Let’s say colleges provide their players with a free meal.  Then boosters and agents and runners come along with the promise of a free piece of cake.  Ummm-ummm.  Tasty.

Now, let’s say that the colleges — in an effort to cut out these unscrupulous cake-dealers — decide that they will provide cake for their players.  Is it not painfully obvious that the boosters and agents and runners would immediately return with the promise of a little free icing to put on that cake?

If a man makes no money, he wants some.  If a man makes some, he wants more.  If a man makes more, he wants a lot more.  And so on.

So please, please, please stop saying that paying athletes would fix the NCAA’s cheating problem.  It wouldn’t.

And this is not coming from someone who’s against schools providing full-cost-of-tuition scholarships.  I’m fine with that idea.  But it wouldn’t deter cheating.  You know why?  ‘Cause a lot of people are just cheaters.

The providers want favors in return for their gifts.  The recipients want what they’re not supposed to have.  Presto chango… cheaters!

I hear these folks on national radio peddling this nonsense and I swear I think they should be yanked from the airwaves.  Hell, they probably shouldn’t be allowed to handle sharp objects or operate heavy machinery.  They’re daft.

 

2.  There is positively no quick fix for cheating.

Apparently this is the question of the day.  I’ve seen it asked on ESPN.  I’ve heard it asked on radio.  I, myself, was asked it on two radio shows today: “How can we clean things up?”

Short answer: We can’t.  Know why?  See Point #1: Some people are just cheaters!

In the case of the five SEC players who were allegedly paid by a runner for agents and financial advisers, some have suggested that the guys doing the paying should be thrown in jail.  Sure.  Sounds good.  I’m all for it.

Now good luck getting all 50 states to pass legislation that sends agents or runners or other boosters to jail for paying athletes.

Not.  Gonna.  Happen.

Now, the NCAA could get tough with coaches if it wanted to — “If you get caught cheating, it’s the career death penalty for you.” — but college presidents aren’t going to back themselves into that type of corner.  After all, their coach could be the next guy caught cheating.  But even if they did decide to take a draconian approach with coaches, there would still be boosters and agents and runners to deal with and the NCAA can’t go tossing people in actual jail which brings us back to — deep breath — attempting to get all 50 states to pass strong legislation that outlaws providing extra benefits to athletes.

But for the sake of argument, let’s say all 50 states did pass legislation saying that any booster, agent, or runner paying a college athlete illegally will go to jail.  And let’s say those folks couldn’t even hand a player a penny.  Nothing.  No cash whatsoever.  How long before the boosters, and agents and runners start providing meals?  Or shoes?  Or rides to and from campus?  Or rides across campus in a golf cart?  Or a night with the pretty little hostess in the school-color skirt?

You see?  Even if the NCAA got tough with the coaches and the states got tough with the folks giving money to players, there would still be people looking for loopholes and workarounds.

“How do we fix this?”  We don’t.  Not completely.  It’s always gone on.  And it goes on everywhere.  We’re just more aware of it today because there are more means of transmitting information than ever before.  So instead of having some dirt under the rug, everybody’s rugs are being lifted up and all the dirt beneath them exposed.  The problem’s not getting worse.  We’re just being exposed to the problem more often.

And there’s no way to completely fix the problem.

 

3.  Fans must not place blind faith in any coach or player, even their own.

Fan.  It’s short for fanatic (as you’ve no doubt heard a million times).  Fanatics are so crazed for their own institution’s athletic teams that their coaches and players are lionized to the point of being viewed as infallible gods.

Heaven help the media member who tries to point out that Tommy All-American is kind of — when you think about it — a jerk.  Fans back their guys.  Blindly.

If Steve Spurrier wants a columnist off his Gamecocks’ beat — and that columnist happens to work for a spineless weasel — the columnist will be taken off that beat, replaced with a fan — not a journalist, a fan — and some in the fanbase will gushingly approve.

That’s really happened at South Carolina.  But what it should tell USC fans is that Spurrier believes they’re stupid.  At least too stupid to read a man’s column and decide for themselves whether it’s a hatchet job or not.  And those few who cheer the reporter’s banishment — don’t you dare try to say I’m calling all Carolina fans stupid — are basically saying: “Yes, we are too stupid to read an opposing view.  No opposing views!  Ever!  We can’t handle them.”

Coaches aren’t the only one who get the bubble-wrap treatment from some fans.  Criticize the behavior of a certain star quarterback and a chunk of his team’s supporters will rise up in anger.  And, no, I’m not talking about Johnny Manziel (though Texas A&M fans had better pay close attention to this rant).

I’m talking about former Tennessee quarterback Tyler Bray.  When we chided him during his freshman year for his over the top on-field celebrations and taunts (including a throat slash gesture against North Carolina), several Vol fans filled our email box in defense of their supa-dupa gunslinger.  And when we dared to point out that tossing beer bottles at parked cars and hotdogging on jet skis might just maybe/kinda suggest deeper behavioral issues, we got smoked by some angry Vol fans in our comment boxes.  (Check ‘em out.  All you LSU fans who say I pick on LSU, you’ll see Tennessee fans claiming I never pick on LSU.  And all you Texas A&M fans who say I only talk about Manziel’s taunts, take notice, too.  Seems we’re a lot more consistent than some folks want to believe.)

Well now it turns out that ol’ Bray was indeed the bad news we made him out to be.  People, if it walks like a punk and it talks like a punk… it’s a punk.  Even if it wears your favorite team’s colors.

Ironically, those same fans who so loudly and angrily defended their quarterback are the ones who were ultimately punked by the QB himself.

The quarterback who once said, “I’m paid to win football games,” — remember that one? — is likely going to bring the NCAA posse back to Knoxville even though he’s long gone to Kansas City (as an undrafted free agent, we might point out).  Bray’s in the clear while the folks who called media members meanies for picking on “little stuff” are left to wonder what’s next for their tortured program.

The lesson?  Pull for your players and coaches.  Root for them.  But don’t put blind faith in them.  And don’t start hollering about media conspiracies the next time someone with an objective view states that your coach or your player might not be the A-1 peach you make him out to be.

 

One, two, three.  Just some raw feelings on a Thursday afternoon in the early part of scandal season.  Did I say “scandal season?”  I’m sorry, I meant football season.

Now I feel better.

 

 


13 comments
UT98BCSChamps
UT98BCSChamps

Never was a Bray fan, always thought he was a punk.  Now I think Couch is a punk.  Hope he enjoys sitting on his namesake watching his former teammates that he let down.

Opti
Opti

Bravo John, Bravo

OBXnoworries
OBXnoworries

John, you're right on all points.  There will always be cheaters, paying players will have no appreciable impact on that.  And blind faith is one of the biggest frustrations for journalists and fair minded fans alike.  The fact is most of these sports radio discussions will be dominated by passionate, but hopelessly biased people.  That's why I don't bother to listen.  Though I take issue with y'all sometimes, your even-handed approach is much appreciated.

photontorpedotube
photontorpedotube

I have no idea what The State paper's decision to alter Ron Morris duties has to do with players getting paid at other schools.  None of the South Carolina players is accused (yet) of taking money.  Of all the coaches in the SEC, Spurrier runs the cleanest program.  So, why are you making the link?  I understand that national journalists rally to one of the bretherin who is perceived to have been censored.  In fact, that is the easy spin for journalists to take on the story. But the truth is much deeper.  Morris is a sick, psychologically disburbed individual who has been abusing his position as a columnist at The State for years.  He should have been fired.  People locally know the poison he spews, and the lies. That is one thing Spurrier cannot tolerate, lying.  Morris was caught time and again lying.  Spurrier is sick of it.  The people who buy the paper were sick of it.  The University was sick of it.  In fact, it was the President's threat to cancel all subscriptions campus wide that got the attention of The State . . . or maybe it was the obvious exaggeration comparing Spurrier to Paterno. In any case,  Morris deserves to be fired rather than assigned to other work.   And this story has absolutely zero to do with the pay for play scandle.

cajunliberty7
cajunliberty7

Pick on Bama.  They already lost many wins over several seasons and are now accused again of paying a player or more.  Ask why the former Bama employee works in the SEC and has some influence on the SEC schedules.  Ask why Bama has only two tough games (TAMU and LSU) and doe not play Georgia, South Carolina, or Florida.  Yet, other top teams in the East and West have to play those top teams.  Ask the SEC why don't they go to a round robin or rotating inter-division schedule and have an exception for Bama to play their powder puff game v. Tennessee each season?

the_voice
the_voice

Pros in waiting don't mix well with students who want to play sports while in college. Has college basketball been hurt by the one and done rule? Of course. Do we still love college basketball? Yes. Is there less cheating than if they had to stay three or more years? Absolutely. Would there be a dropoff of quality without college football pros in waiting? Sure. Would we still love college football? You bet. Would there be less cheating if a minor league for pros in waiting existed? I'm sure you can figure out the correct answer.

NatanElias
NatanElias

If schools lose money due to penalties (eg bowl revenue), they should sue everyone involved who caused it:  coaches, former players, boosters, AGENTS.  I think a couple multi-million dollar verdicts would stop the nonsense.  

Winterval
Winterval

You go, John!

Don't forget all those UT fans who loved you for pointing out they got played by Jon Gruden...

John at MrSEC
John at MrSEC moderator

@photontorpedotube 

If you look at those big black words above that portion of the story, you'll see that I'm saying fans should NOT defend anything and everything their players and coaches do.  That ties directly to Bray.  And I used Spurrier -- and Carolina fans like you -- to show how some folks will blindly go along with anything their guys do.  As you've proven.

And there is no "pay for play scandle."  Or scandal for that matter.

Agents funneled some players money... it had nothing to do with the schools (that we know of) or pay for play.

John

dyrnych
dyrnych

@cajunliberty7 BAMA ISN'T ACCUSED OF PAYING A PLAYER.  This is insanely obvious to anyone who can read.  Several AGENTS are accused of paying players through an intermediary.  And, seriously, what advantage did Alabama gain (or could Alabama have gained) from an agent paying Fluker?

aubieman2002
aubieman2002

@the_voice After reading countless arguments and grumblings I think you've hit it on the head.

photontorpedotube
photontorpedotube

@John at MrSEC @photontorpedotube You are the blind one.  I have followed the story and Morris situation closely since I am a fan of the Gamecocks.  You need to do better research into the subject.  Ad hominem does nothing to alter the fact you are taking the easy, media spin road on the Morris case. Dig a bit and find out about the President's involvement last year. That is the real story.  Really, how believable is it that Spurrier has the power to "bully" The State into punishing an innocent columnist.  Use your brain and try some common sense.  

cajunliberty7
cajunliberty7

@dyrnych @cajunliberty7   It was insanely obvious that Bush's parents being given a beachfront home to live in 150 miles away from USC did not give USC any advantage.  You are either a Gump or a Gump Updyke who does not think.  If you knew of other NCAA sanctions you will know that Alabama will have them coming down on them within the next couple of years.  Saban may be long gone by then.  And if the allegations are confirmed, the Tide will not lose games but very likely 2 or 3 NC crystal footballs as well, at least the ones they have not broken by then.  USC alums will be able to sue the NCAA if Alabama does not receive a huge penalty.  This will be their Second Penalty, which according to NCAA regs qualifies them for what is called the "death" penalty.  The Tide already lost many games stretched over several years just a few years ago and are only recently out of that probation.

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