What an exciting win by that Kansas Jayhawk team over the Michigan State Spartans!
And aren’t we glad we weren’t distracted from all that terrific basketball by being reminded that the Kansas b-ball players are involved in the rape of a 16 year old minor in their dorm room?
Or that spectacular Fab Freshman Josh Jackson – constantly touted by CBS announcers – is currently charged with destroying a female University of Kansas basketball player’s car and threatening to beat her up?
Yes, yes, yes. Don’t distract us with all that.
At least that’s what Kansas Coach Bill Self said about his player’s criminal behavior when asked by the press.
And his star player Josh Jackson – taking a cue from his role model and mentor, Bill Self – said the same thing to reporters when questioned about why he wants to beat up female basketball players: He doesn’t want to talk about something that is a distraction to what’s more important – The Big Game.
We jokingly put it this way.
What isn’t a joke is that it was a FEMALE CBS sideline reporter who was given the job to question Josh Jackson on this matter – AND SHE LET HIM OFF.
In the state of Kansas, Bill Self has carte blanche to run rampant over the rules and the law when it comes to college basketball and the farmers don’t care what he does as long as he wins.
Apparently, no one in the world of college basketball cares either.
We saw them in the Northwestern game ignore an arm going up through the basket. And give the game to Gonzaga.
Then we saw them in the Arkansas game review the video and refuse to see what the world saw: A North Carolina hand deflect the ball causing it to go out of bounds with a minute left. Then remarkably refused to call a blatant charge on North Carolina’s next possession.
At that point we knew the fix was in. These NCAA refs are criminally irresponsible.
The NCAA and the referees always have conferences before the games. This much is known.
The favorite teams always get the favored calls.
So far, in every game in the tournament the favored team has been hit with less fouls than the underdog. Figure that one out. What are the possible odds of that happening?
Only when the underdog has undeniably taken advantage will the refs let go of the game – that is, usually.
We always thought it was great for underdogs to win. We always thought it was the American Way for the Little Guy to battle it out and prove that guts and determination can overcome the bullies and the braggarts.
Well, welcome to the New America. In the New America they want the Big Teams to stay big and they want the winners to keep winning and they’re willing to cheat the system to keep it that way.
Need any proof?
Just watch the NCAA Tourney.