The Chase Young story is a reminder that the NCAA has not changed, has not committed to changing, and has still yet to do anything other than issue a cleverly worded press release that got some media outlets to give them great headlines two weeks ago
So Chase Young borrowed money from a family friend (probably an agent) to fly his family to see him play in the Rose Bowl AND he paid it back? The freaking horror. This is why people think the NCAA is a joke.
If Chase Young is magically back for the PSU game, whatever. All I ask is that somehow this play is erased from history because of whatever he did in 2018. That’s it. Thanks in advance pic.twitter.com/wsrz4UJzZa
Chase took a small loan from a close family friend last year to cover basic life expenses. Loan was repaid months ago and we’re working to restore his eligibility. Unfair and outdated @NCAA rules punish athletes for making ends meet while enriching everyone else. https://t.co/2Jsqj7f7TR
Only athletes are presumed guilty, immediately suspended, and must prove themselves innocent. Quite a contrast to coaches facing allegations in the FBI investigations and federal prosecutions...they are presumed innocent until proven guilty. What an amazing concept. https://t.co/fqc6MdCxOO