Found November 03, 2012 on thepigskinreport.com:
Innocent until proven guilty. That is supposedly still the mantra of the law in the United State of America. But we all know that to rarely be true, especially in the court of public opinion. It is more like the opposite, and is even more so the case when it comes to athletes or entertainers or celebrities of any kind. The latest case comes from the world of NCAA Football and the Pitt Panthers involving the team’s top running back, Ray Graham, and leading wide receiver, Devin Street among those suspected of assault last month. Graham, Street and the other player involved will all play for the Panthers when they take on the No. 4 team in the current BCS Standings, the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. The question is, is Pitt sending the right or wrong message by allowing these players to take the field as normal this Saturday? I guess that depends on which side you happen to fall on when it comes to perception of innocent until proven guilty, or guilty until proven innocent. Clearly, we kn...
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