Florida Scandal: Business as Usual in NCAA

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There could be a big scandal brewing involving the University of Florida football program.

Want to know my initial reaction?

Please visualize a shrug of the shoulders, followed by a turn of the page or a click of a website. Time to move onto more relevant news.

Sorry but it's impossible to feign righteous indignation. Calling for swift and immediate action is pointless, too.

Somebody else will be in a similar mess soon enough.

It is the inherent nature of a flawed system. We are consistently reminded of the virtues of the "student-athlete" and the fine "institutions" they...

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