The shocking hypocrisy of the NCAA admitting its own ethical flaps while investigating those of the University of Miami was tailor made for Twitter snark, and the Twitterati didn't disappoint. Though, it shouldn't be much a surprise that no one likes the NCAA.
The city of Miami as an ecosystem is so corrupt it corrupted the already corrupt NCAA. Take THAT in for a minute. #powers
-- edsbs (@edsbs) January 23, 2013
Still waiting for NCAA to declare itself ineligible, then seek reinstatementafter the long, slow investigation.
-- Jay Bilas (@JayBilas) January 23, 2013
Is Lennay Kekua running the NCAA nowadays?
-- Faux Colin Cowherd (@FauxCowherd) January 23, 2013
The NCAA isn't just policing amateurs.. apparently it's being run by them too.
-- Bruce Feldman (@BFeldmanCBS) January 23, 2013
Go home, NCAA. You're drunk.
-- Nicole (@GatorNicole) January 23, 2013
Good job, good effort NCAA...
-- Matthew Streeter (@mstreeter06) January 23, 2013
Guessing Comedy Central, ESPN and Lifetime are engaging in a bidding war for movie rights to NCAA investigation into #TheU
-- Paul Nobles (@dolfan_70) January 23, 2013
-- Gilbert Gutierrez (@GGutierrez01) January 23, 2013
Where are the cries for the NCAA to get the death penalty?
-- Jesus Shuttlesworth(@CaffeineAddict8) January 23, 2013
-- Nick Medlin (@NickMedlin) January 23, 2013
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