Now the Freeh Group disclaims any connection with the “leak” evident in today’s Brad Wolverton ‘Chronicle of Higher Education” article.
But Louie doesn’t seem too worried about it. He didn’t even deny it himself – it’s just a generic, passive-voice denial by “the Freeh Group”. No one seems worked up about it – and there have been no vows to track down the leak and punish.
Today’s WAG [Wild-Assed-Guess]: Louie Freeh and Mark Emmert talked. Emmert realizes now he needs to “go in” and investigate more. Louie agrees he could’ve done more, and that he might’ve jumped the gun, made some pretty harsh conclusions before he should’ve. So they agree: let’s prep the public for the NCAA’s upcoming investigation of its’ own.
Solution: Freeh leaks that NCAA needs to do more work, go take statements, investigate, maybe jump start the formal NCAA Enforcement/Committee on Infractions process.
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