Found January 27, 2012 on Rumors and Rants:
The Ivy League was founded on a bunch of hoity-toity ideals that include not giving out athletic scholarships and not allowing its football champion to play in the Division I-AA (aka FCS) playoffs. Turns out the Ivies are just as morally challenged as the rest of college football, though that probably shouldn’t come as a surprise in the same year Joe Paterno went from Last Pure Man in Sport to pariah. Yale quarterback Patrick Witt made news this November when he was faced with a tough decision: head over to England to interview for the Rhodes Scholarship, or play against Harvard in “The Game,” a rivalry that dates back to 1875. In a move certain to win over Yale alums everywhere, he chose The Game. As it turns out, it’s no coincidence Witt rhymes with ****, because he’s full of it. The New York Times reported on Thursday that Witt never had any choice to make. It turns out The Rhodes Trust shot down his interview because he was accused of sexually assaulting a female ...
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