Anti-NCAA Rant Disguises True Message

Kevin Jairaj/USA Today Sports

Big 12 commish Bob Bowlsby took the NCAA to the woodshed Monday and has enjoyed almost universal praise as a result. This is mostly because the NCAA has become a four-letter word in every sense publicly; viewed as an inept and corrupt entity whose sole purpose is to profit off the work of 18-to-22-year-olds and whose only contribution is to conduct witch hunts of said athletes unless contributing their letters to the name of the basketball tournament counts.


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