You want a TCU "cover-up," I can give you that this morning.
In fact, let it also be known that TCU could have saved itself a tsunami of image disaster and embarrassment this week, if it had simply implemented business-as-usual standards in big-time college football.
A cover-up would have been the easy and painless way out of the drug-dealing mess on campus.
Instead, university administration has been widely praised, including nationally, for its handling of the situation, particularly in the area of transparency.
Some others, however, in the TCU loop, alums or fans, also were adamant Thursday that the school overreacted to a situation that could have been handled in-house by simply throwing out students and football players who were involved. The point here is no media attention was needed.