NCAA cracks down on Georgia Tech

7/15/2011: They allowed a football player to keep $312 in free clothes. That’s right – a player. Not a coach or an athletic director or an ESAADFFAA, but a player. Unspeakable.

We all know what rewarding people for their work can lead to. So our protectors in the NCAA have come down on them, hard, as a warning to others. A $100,000 fine. Presumably the academic side will pay. From Derek Quizon of Insidehighered.com.

Meanwhile back at UO we did an end run on Randy Geller and should have records showing who is paying for the Glazier contract before too much longer. And Rachel Bachman of the Oregonian reports on how screwed up UO’s public records situation is – worse than LSU. Huey Long would be amazed.

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