I came across this story this morning. Not really much more in terms of new information, but I found myself shaking my head over this little tidbit.
The NCAA would love to document their answers, which were due to have been turned over last Friday to Lloyd Lake, the man suing Bush and his parents. But attorneys for Bush and his family objected to the discovery questions for various reasons and answered only about nine of them, according to Brian Watkins, Lake's attorney.
“They are doing whatever they can to avoid this,” Watkins said. “They're completely bogus objections.”
One thing was decided though:
Both sides met with Judge Joan M. Lewis yesterday to settle another matter: a date for Michaels to give his deposition (June 9). They met in Lewis' chambers, but both sides acknowledged complaining about the lack of discovery provided by the other side.
Swan said Lewis suggested each side bring a motion to compel discovery if there were problems.
Even if Bu$h did answer all those questions, I don't think the NCAA has the "testicular fortitude" to do the right thing.