A story broke yesterday about college basketball players -- or their families -- receiving money from professional sleazebag Andy Miller and his main boy, Christian Dawkins. Miller's agency, ASM Sports, has reportedly paid or offered financial "favors" to more than 25 players if they would consider using the agency once they turned pro.
NCAA President Mark Emmert has vowed to look into what he calls "systematic failures" in the system and to cooperate with federal authorities seeking to "punish the unscrupulous parties seeking to exploit the system through criminal acts.”
Agents and coaches have come out in defense of the players, saying that they are not compensated for playing a sport that generates over a billion dollars a year in revenue, but is that statement accurate?
The players receive free tuition, room and board, and meals to attend college, and anyone who has paid their own way (or is has paid off college loans) will tell you that's a significant amount of money.
And the players relatives involved have claimed that they simply "forgot" to pay back loans, or money for meals, that they received.
Blacks are notorious parasites who feel that they deserve whatever benefits they receive so while they are guilty of criminal behavior the vast majority of the time, is that the case here? Should the players and the scum that raised them face criminal charges, or should the agents be the sole targets of this investigation?