While most members of the national college basketball media continue to deny what's going on right under their noses, the NCAA announced yesterday that they are beefing up their men's basketball investigative team.
Check out the story yesterday from USA TODAY.
And this choice quote from Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany, who used to be an NCAA enforcement director:
""There is a loss of confidence among many coaches that the rules are being complied with. The best way I can describe it is a sense of cynicism.
"I'm talking about the corruption of the youth basketball program, the money that's used to influence recruiting. And ultimately the buying of players, either through third parties or through coaches or coaches and third parties -- agents. I can't tell you if it's three institutions or whether it's 15. But make no mistake about it; it's happening.. .. It's a corruption issue."