NCAA Final Four: Good vs. Evil

This year’s final four is getting alot of attention because of VCU and Butler’s inclusion, but the other side of the bracket should get attention too…for all the wrong reasons.

Kentucky and UConn have something in common besides using a shade of blue, both of their coaches are cheaters.

John Calipari and Jim Calhoun are everything that is wrong with College Basketball, and college sports in general.

The National Championship game sets up perfectly, it will be one of these two cheaters facing off against an unlikely Cinderella story.

Good vs. Evil

Cheating vs. Great Coaching

NBA Talent vs. Mid Major Talent

If you aren’t a fan of Kentucky or UConn, then you should be rooting for the winner of the Butler/VCU game next Monday, its simple. Unless you’re a cheater…

Maybe one day the NCAA will cleanup programs run by guys like Calhoun and Calipari, but for now we must knockout teams that get it done the right way, and wait for the violations to come later. Calipari has never made a final four and not had it taken away, while Calhoun is a sleazeball who finally got caught this past year, but didn’t pay nearly enough for it.

Even if VCU or Butler lose in the National Championship, they could still win it all. Think about that.

I ask one question, what is the over/under on how long it takes for the NCAA to take away this final four from Calipari?

I’d start the line at +/- 1.5 Years…

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7 Responses to “NCAA Final Four: Good vs. Evil”

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  4. vanillaICE Says:

    That’s right, cause clemson and schools of that nature have NEVER cheated before… Dont get me wrong, I HATE Calipari.. But Calhoun has done more for that program in the RIGHT way than in the WRONG way… you might want to fix your moral compass there buddy cause not everything is as black and white as you make it out to be all the time

  5. I believe EVERY program cuts corners. Calipari has done his entire life. Calhoun has been caught recently. And I’m pretty sure VCU and Butler don’t play by the rules at all times. For example, when Jamie Skeen was at Wake he was kicked out for academic violations (cheating). You think he’s not doing that at VCU? Pretty sure the guy didn’t gain any morals going to a mid-major squad.

    Cheating is part of NCAA basketball. Nonetheless, I would love to see VCU or Butler win it all this year. Personally, I’m not the biggest fan of either Calipari or Calhoun.

  6. sammywestside Says:

    Look, I’m not under the illusion that only Kentucky and UConn cheat…I believe cheating is absolutely the biggest problem in college sports…I don’t know what Clemson has to do with it, but obviously there are alot of schools who’ve had problems throughout time

    I apologize for having a conscience…I’m not going to sit here and say I’ve never done wrong, but I believe in the greater good…I hope one day to be the position to make sure that cheating in the NCAA stops…

    Don’t know what makes Calhoun any different than Calipari and so many others…

    Ask yourself, because you’ve done more good than bad (as you say Calhoun has), then does that make the bad you’ve done not relevant…

    People make mistakes, but what he and so many others have done to gain an advantage is completely beyond a simple slip up, but more a string of repetitive missteps blatantly turning a cheek to what they know as right

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