Former Ohio St. Buckeyes basketball player Mark Titus, perhaps the world's most must-read former athlete, took to his tremendous blog to share everything he knows on the various tattoos and cars scandals currently plaguing the school's football program. Which is to say he doesn't know anything about whether football players or coaches broke any rules or not, though he does know this:
In my four years of playing basketball at Ohio State, my 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee was consistently one of nicest cars on the team because none of us could afford anything better. Meanwhile, it seemed like everyone on the football team had either a new Charger or a new Chrysler 300. From this, I am deducing that either the football guys were paid a considerably larger stipend than we were (in all honesty, that could be the case - I really don't know), were excellent at managing their money, came from financially well off families, or received discounted and/or free cars.
Read the whole thing. You'll be shocked to learn portions of his comment section responded with outrage.