Originally Posted by BillDoran
It's the confluence of events, jojo. The numerous independent reports of wrongdoing. Maybe one report is the result of some bitter reporter looking to reestablish his name. But logic would dictate that most see this series of events, especially in light of the corrupt environment of college athletics, as likelihood of wrongdoing.
There is no credible confluence of events to support the assertion that there is a pay for play system in place at Auburn University.
In fact, there is the results of an extension investigation into this very question to support the assertion that there isn't a pay for play system in place at Auburn University.
Actually the Cam situation would suggest that it isn't that common for a pay for play system to be in place at major football programs. Cecil failed miserably with MSU and the NCAA was forced to announce there was no evidence of such a system at Auburn.
Really? Major football programs aren't paying Cam Newton-they're hemmorhaging dollars on the likes of players like McNeil?
You've got a bias that 1) college sports is hopelessly corrupt, and 2) NCAA investigations are untrustworthy. You accept as truth any report that validates those biases. That doesn't sound like objectivity.