OSU Doesn't Care What You Think

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With so much shock and consternation over Ohio State's painfully orchestrated admission that head coach Jim Tressel told a few fibs about when he knew what he knew about TattooGate, it may be time for a reminder of the first fact of life in college sports.

You can't shame these people. Ever.

Scream all you want. Screech "Hypocrite!" and "J'accuse!" until you're purple in the mouth. Bemoan the double standards so liberally applied with the largest audience you can gather.

It makes no never mind to them. They are not here to amuse your sense of righteous indignation, and are laughing uproariously at your moment of triumphant scorn, because they win anyway.

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