A Small Victory in the Battle Against NCAA Hypocrisy (plus some bonus Johnny Manziel news)



Jay Bilas launched his most successful campaign against NCAA hypocrisy to date earlier this week when he revealed a little problem with the associations online store. ┬áBilas exposed that when you typed in the name of a star athlete, such as Texas A&M’s Johnny Manziel, these results came up:

This is despite the fact that jersey’s sold on the NCAA’s website are not technically supposed to be connected to a specific player, hence why there are no names on any of the jerseys. ┬áThe NCAA disabled the search function after news of the discovery by Bilas began to spread around the internet, but the damage had already been done.

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