News Penn State Revelations Spurring Other College Programs to Reevaluate Their Secret-Keeping Procedures
"The lesson here is clear: Penn State did not have institutional control when it came to concealing horrific truths about their program," said a member of the Alabama board of trustees. "If they did have institutional control, these secrets never would have been exposed. At Alabama we must do better."
Other top-level programs have already begun taking steps to avoid Penn State's fate.
"I have ordered that all e-mails between school executives and representatives of the athletic department dating back to the early 1990s when we got e-mail at the school be destroyed," said USC president C. L. Max Nikias. "I don't even want to pretend to think about what is in them. They probably read like a horror script."
USC is just one of several dozen universities that have destroyed all e-mails since the Freeh Report was released. Ohio State has destroyed all e-mail and set fire to all the computers throughout its administration and athletic offices.
Next up: a unibrow bumper
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God has a sweet jumper.
Maybe the SEC should have taken West Virginia after all.
"Also," said Davis. "In addition to the hard work part, I would totally suggest that you grow an extra 7 inches suddenly as a high school senior. That really helped me a lot."
Davis entered his senior season as a 6-foot-3 guard who was only recruited by Cleveland State. After growing to 6-foot-10 in a few short months, he was recruited by Kentucky, won a national championship and became a highly-rated NBA prospect on the verge of millions.
"Now, I know not all of you will be able to grow seven inches in a few months to go from a marginal basketball player to a star," said Davis. "But at least grow five or six inches. If you can't do that, maybe think about another sport or just focus on your studies."
Maybe they also sell "SEC > BIG 12" t-shirts.
Picture UConn T-Shirt for Tough Guys
It's not as adorable as it looks. But almost.