3. Smoking Out Snakes
I’m assuming we all are still pretending we don’t know who the Joker is who’s listed as “Prospective Student-Athlete B” in the NCAA report. We are? Oh,okay. To shorten it I’m just going to call him “B”. It is reported that “B” said he received between $13,000 and $15,600 from Ole Miss boosters. Not from the school he actually attends and plays for. I’m sure he has not reason to lie and protect his current school.
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However, let’s play devil’s advocate and say “B” is telling the truth. Makes you wonder what the counter offer was that sway him to the other college.
The merchandise goes to the highest bidder. By the way, the immunity offered to “B” is for him not the institution he attends. Therefore, if he has sung on you they will be at your front door as soon as they have finished with us.
So everyone believes that “B” hasn’t went to a school that offered more? Or believe that the NCAA is not going to check on your school once they finish us?
If so, I have a school of higher learning in Oktibbeha County I would like to sell you. “B” will sing like a canary once they tighten the screws. That is, if he hasn’t done it already.
You see the thing about keeping snakes as pets is that you live in fear of them biting you when you least suspect it. Therefore, whoever this other “institution” is (wink, wink) may want to be careful. You have to be prepared to react.
So there you have it. There are a few ways to appropriately react to the news. However, remember at the end of the day it’s just sports. The behavior of a couple of people should not effect your feeling toward the majority of people who give their heart and soul to the program. Plus you can always rejoice in the fact that at least you’re not Mississippi State. Hotty Toddy!