You agree with me that some schools cheat.
You also agree that all schools "bend" rules.
I guess my main argument is one of common sense, guttle. Let's say Kansas University, to pull a name out of the hat, is paying money and giving other improper benefits to recruits. Let's also say Ohio State is only offering a free education and nothing more.
Common sense says:
1) Some of the best recruits are going to flock to the school offering a free education AND more stuff.
2) Those that are offered free stuff but choose another school (those with personal integrity enough not to cheat, in other words) will tell the NCAA about the cheaters.
Since neither of those has happened, logically, you must assume:
1) Either all schools are guilty.
2) All schools are innocent.
Since some schools have been caught paying athletes and giving improper benefits, I think it's safe to assume which one we should believe.
Correct me if I'm wrong, please. I got a B- in Logic 101, so maybe I've missed something. Seriously.