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Changing NCAA, NBA rules won't stop college basketball corruption


Since the U.S. attorney for New York’s Southern District unveiled indictments Tuesday, people have tried placing blame for whatever culture of corruption exists in college basketball on everything from the NBA’s draft age limit to NCAA amateurism rules — perhaps even to climate change. All of this, however, is agenda engineering. The attempt to blame “one-and-done” is beyond laughable. (Sporting News)

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