UM Sees Not Even the Slightest Bit of Shame in A-Rod's Game
University of Miami is clearly not embarrassed about naming its baseball stadium after an admitted steroid user. So much so that Alex Rodriguez is front and center on UM's homepage. The media, admittedly, is being overly hard on Rodriguez, considering more than 100 other players tested positive at the same time, but UM is a school that pretends to value integrity in its athletes so much that it suspended the starting quarterback for missing four classes. Of course, maybe if Robert Marve ponied up $4 million, it would be no biggie.
Oh, wait -- it's cool now. A-Rod was simply injected by his cousin with some sort of Dominican Republic over-the-counter substance.
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