Gregg Doyel

NCAA strikes a much needed blow against injustice, SEMOST style

  “The NCAA hasn’t busted a single big-time men’s basketball program in nearly two years. It hasn’t nailed a major football program in nearly 15 months. It’s the longest stretch of compliance for the once iron-fisted organization in 46 years and the second longest ever according to an analysis of the NCAA’s major infractions database.” […]

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Gregg Doyel’s Complaint

(With apologies to Philip Roth) Norman, Oklahoma, 1970 Greggy, age 6, is walking down the street with Daddy. Daddy is a ‘fessor of the laws, which Greggy doesn’t know about except that the janitor where Daddy works takes off his cap and says, “Morning, Sir.” All Greggy knows is that he has his new ball […]

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Red or White?

Why did you come here to read this blog? Think about that while I list some of the things that govern my reading choices: – To find out about what is currently happening in the world. – To learn about something that I am interested in, but don’t know much about. – Analysis and commentaries […]

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