Example No. 359 of how college football dwarfs college hoops:
Oklahoma has spent more than $50,000 since 2009 on an investigation into major NCAA rules violations by the hoops program.
That may actually be a bargain. Ohio State says it spent $800,000 on its consultant for its investigation and for an information technology company to search staff emails related to its football violations.
There’s a joke to be made here, but I’m certain Dan Wetzel is more qualified to crack it.
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