"This is as grievous a case as we have ever seen," said NCAA president Mark Emmert, of the kidney transplant that saved the player's life. "Getting an iPod or some cash or a car is one thing. But I think we can all agree that giving a player a kidney is far more valuable. This is a shameful day for everyone involved."
The player, a freshman outfielder, is expected to be suspended by the NCAA for the entire upcoming season. Or, since he will likely not be healthy enough to play, for all of next season.
"I don't want him to get off easy for this," said Emmert. "He will not be allowed to serve his suspension while he's in the hospital for however long it takes to recover from a kidney transplant. Which I imagine is quite a long time."
Kansas remains the coolest place in the world.
Maybe his basketball has a vagina.
He is indeed short and stout.
In-game hazing is the worst kind of hazing.
She will probably now transfer to UConn.
You should see how uncoordinated Syracuse football fans are.