RE: UNCHEAT BIASES IGNORED
- Posted by Tar Heels Victory-GO HEELS- Posted by TruthBKnown ReturnedAnother probe today cleared the athletic department once again! With a beat down coming to State in Durham tonight and the Carolina basketball team continuing to be proven innocent my guess is that domestic violence will be at a all-time high in Raleigh tonight. #theresalwaysnextyear- Posted by larrys080 .v1
WHOA! Not so fast, my friend!
First of all, it's funny how they declare this to not be about athletics, in the face of all the evidence to the contrary.
Secondly, here's something for you to think about if you think this case is closed:
"Mitchell said if academic counselors steered athletes to certain classes, that is a clear problem within the athletic department."
And McAdoo has confirmed that to be the case here:
Putting these together, the only conclusion is that there is a clear problem within the athletic department.
The FUNNIEST part about all this, is that we all (every last one of us) already knows this to be the case. It's just a matter of proving it. Michael McAdoo is singing like a canary. And I suspect he is not the only one that will before this is said and done. The best part is, this is far, far, far from over. The academic side is not liking being made the scapegoat in this. I believe there is a mole still talking to Dan Kane, and there is plenty more to come. This is some fun stuff, isn't it! :)
As I have stated before, these classes were geared toward regular students as well as athletes. That is why it was not an "Athletic Department" problem only.
That's what you have to tell yourself to make it acceptable.
We admit, Carolina was very smart in their cheating. They took painstaking measures to try to make it look legit by letting other students cheat, too. But some of these classes WERE created JUST for athletes. Some were created just before the deadline for registration, and immediately filled with athletes. And athletes, who make up 4% of the student population, accounted for over 60% of the enrollments in these classes.