Its probably the most biased piece I've ever read, but there are some valid points, like: "Yahoo! had NO WAY of actually linking those charges to the players other than Shapiro’s word. This is akin to me telling a reporter that I bought a TV for Tim Tebow in 2008, and as proof, I have my Discover Card statement with a charge at Best Buy." It also brings up a point about Randy Shannon doing everything in his power to keep Shapiro away from the team. Which makes me wonder, does that then negate the "willful violators" clause the NCAA is planning on using? Because if that clause is out the window, then it would seem to me that only the past 4 years is eligible to be investigated, which means we might be able to survive this thing mostly unscathed, as there weren't a whole lot of violations during the Shannon years.