The NCAA has suspended Oklahoma St. star wide receiver Dez Bryant for the rest of the season after it was discovered that he lied to the NCAA concerning his visit to Deion Sanders’ house. Fearing that he broke the NCAA rules, Bryant lied to the NCAA officials that he didn’t work out with Sanders or have a meal at Sanders’ home.
First off, bad move by Dez Bryant. Lying is never good, never acceptable. But my questions is, why was he being questioned about this in the first place? The NCAA now monitors and questions positive male role models in their athletes lives? Student-athletes cannot eat home-cooked meals?
I have a question, did the NCAA check on Tim Tebow and Colt McCoy’s Christian Mission? Did they find out if someone paid for one of their meals? Who payed for a plane ride to Phillipines that costs $1100? I am not accusing or implying that there is foul play involved in Tebow or McCoy’s trip, but seems like a trip to the Far East would raise more red flags then a jog around a track and chicken alfredo around the dining room table.
I think the appropriate punishment should be 1 game. You can’t lie. The whole season? The Head Coach, the leader of the New Mexico Football Team physically attacked one of his assistants, a felony in New Mexico. His consequence? He is suspended for 1 game.
The unbalance continues