Malcolm Gladwell details the story of a Clemson University football player who took custody of his 11 year-old brother when his crack addict mother and degenerate father were unable. When a local newspaper detailed the struggles the young man was having making ends meet, people began to donate gifts. The university had to step in and tell the player to return everything because it would violate NCAA rules. We have but a few long-standing beefs here at Beit Carr but I doubt this one will ever change: the NCAA sucks. The NCAA is supposed to provide student athletes with the chance to succeed but most often they're a detriment to kids that does nothing but make tons of money at the expense of kids. I hope someday Congress gets their act together and regulates this scam.