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Wednesday, May 19, 2004

His Own Brand of Logic

Via Dave Sez. (A blatant, shameful rip-off of content).

Earlier, I argued against government oversight of the NCAA. After the latest from NCAA president Myles Brand, perhaps I ought to reconsider. Dave has the lowlights:

Myles away from logic. On ACC expansion:

Most of the realignments had to do more with academic affiliations than they did with [athletics]. No question about it. And I know that for a fact. . . . The press thought that this was a money grab.

Myles away from logic. On football playoffs:

This group of presidents, who are the ones in control, have made it very clear that they don't want to overcommercialize I-A football moreso than it is now, and turning it into a Super Bowl-type environment would do that.

The entire stand-up routine is available via the Richmond Times-Dispatch.