Here goes college football, behaving like college football again. Victory first, and then worry later about the other stuff. The fine print of prudence.
Western Kentucky has a new football coach. What are the parents of a high school recruit supposed to say, the day Bobby Petrino sits in their living room and promises that he will be a role model for their son, and that his program will instill values and principles -- not to mention a pretty good passing game?
It won't be the passing game they're confused about.
Petrino is back in coaching, barely eight months after he rode to oblivion on a Harley-Davidson, his mistress in the passenger seat. The dark cloud of the ensuing Arkansas scandal has hardly had time to dissipate.
Too soon for what happened Monday night. Way too soon.