Muhammad case really about NCAA

Originally Published: November 16, 2012
By Dana O'Neil | ESPN.com

Ultimately the case of Shabazz Muhammad will not be about the UCLA player at all. He is merely the name, the latest player caught in the NCAA crosshairs, punished for a period of time and ultimately allowed to play.

This really is about the NCAA and how it does business or, more accurately, how it doesn't do business. The people there are well intentioned. They work hard. They try. Their hearts are in the right place.

And they are pit bull paper pushers with Chihuahua teeth.


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