Friday, February 12, 2010

The NCAA has sex with their socks on

Here's the latest addition of the NC double assholes chronicles.

Two rulings coming out from the NCAA

1st players should get a doctor's clearance before resuming practice following a concussion.


This reaks of "no shit" but as a former member of the "I feel piss ass drunk right now, better not tell coach" crowd it is a step in the right direction.

But then we get this fucking gem.

"Taunting and prolonged individual acts have no place in our game, and our officials have generally handled these rules well," said former Oregon coach Mike Bellotti, the committee chair. "This is just another step in maintaining our game's image and reflecting the ideals of the NCAA overall."
So now the NCAA is afraid of hurting the fragile little ego's of the players they knowingly inflate during recruiting, bowl week, and the various ESPN segments.

Most importantly we'll never see anything like this again.


  1. anyone who didn't strap themselves to their couch when this 30 for 30 premiered should be shot.

  2. When deafmute's right, he/she is right.

    While I don't like that Alabama was taunting Texas, I wholeheartedly support their rights to do so. There should be penalties for taunting when you are losing, or barely beating a team that you should blow out.