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Trojans Taking A Pounding ...

... in the LA Times' LTE section.

From David at Monterey Park:

Who is doing the vetting of the athletes in USC's compliance department? Mr. Magoo?

John Robbins from Renton, Washington:

Surprise, surprise -- another high-profile USC sports star was allegedly caught receiving illegal payments while still in school. I fully expect the NCAA and Pac-10 to pursue this matter with the same level of diligence and integrity that they did while investigating Reggie Bush. In other words, they won't do a darn thing because it's USC.

And from John Paul White at Hemet, CA:

According to "Tarnished Heisman" (and I believe it), in 2004 and 2005, in violation of NCAA rules, Reggie Bush accepted almost $300,000 in money and other benefits. Now O.J. Mayo is alleged to have accepted up to $30,000 in money and gifts.

I think it is wonderful, that in only three years the USC administrators have lowered the money their amateur athletes make by $270,000. It appears they've got a handle on the problem.

Ouch.

More letters here.

GO BRUINS.

<em>This is a FanPost and does not necessarily reflect the views of BruinsNation's (BN) editors. It does reflect the views of this particular fan though, which is as important as the views of BN's editors.</em>

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