Tag Archives: NCAA cheating

Time to ignore cheating rather than punish it in college basketball
June 13, 2019

CBS Sports college basketball reporter Dennis Dodd posted yesterday that the NCAA is sending notices of allegations for Level I violations to six college basketball programs this summer.  It is believed evidence against these six programs was driven by the federal trials of shoe reps Merl Code and Jim Gatto, and agent (sort of) Christian Dawkins. I hate cheating […]

College Basketball – Cheaters Continue to Win, Which Means We Need to Re-define Winning
March 28, 2014

by Kent Sterling Winning is not about gaining an advantage through systemic deceit – it’s the pursuit of answering adversity with grit, finding a way through the pain to outwork your opponents, motivating teammates to embrace a common cause, and subverting selfish wants for collective success.  Victory without embracing those concepts is meaningless. Championships as […]