Remember back in October when BSP wrote “Since When Does the Criminal Decide His Fate?” It was about a tutor who had quit UNC when an athlete, P.J. Hairston had been arrested after a number of moving violations.
The tutor wrote:
If I were arrested driving with no license, illegal drugs and a gun in a felon’s car, my employment at this University would end immediately.
Correct. I suggested Hairston could punch Roy Williams wife in the face, and Williams would try and rationalize the punch. Some of you didn’t like the tone of my post, where I suggested Williams was no goody two-shoes.
Now, Rashad McCants, a key player on North Carolina’s 2005 National Title team, states he was kept eligible by taking bogus classes in the Afro-American studies program:
Former North Carolina star Rashad McCants has leveled academic fraud charges at his former school and has implicated his one-time coach, Roy Williams, while doing so.
Looks like there’s more evidence to look into. And North Carolina fan, you can put your head in the sand and pretend Dean Smith is still there; that nothing’s wrong with your program, and Roy Williams is a saint. It’s just not true. And look, BSP doesn’t hate North Carolina. At least, not very much. We didn’t drive home dislike like we did with Duke (“Duke-bags” being one of our douchery categories).
Sorry, North Carolina. We’re going to see you get put on probation, IF the NCAA is actually doing its job. Oh wait, it’s not? The NCAA’s more concerned about a kid taking $110 from an agent than maintaining eligibility through legitimate collegiate courses? Oh well. We’ll just watch your program slowly slide into the abyss. Nothing lasts forever.
Can’t wait till Kentucky joins you.