Another post documenting how it's not just us.
Alabama fans are keep a close eye on NCAA "investigation" into Southern Cal. Penn State fans want Trojan "blood." Michigan fans have been anxious and were just embarrassed that their school was even being mentioned in the same breath as Mikey Garrett's program. Now another Michigan fan Brian Cook (from MGoBlog) writes on the Sporting News:
I'm inclined to see this [time period of 14+ weeks that have "elapsed since the bellhops stopped shoving around boxes of documents about Reggie Bush." - BN Ed.] as another tiny bit of circumstantial evidence that USC's going to get hammered like no school since SMU, but I fully admit I see circumstantial evidence USC is going to get hammered in weather patterns these days, and my opinion cannot be considered reliable. I still hang on to the NCAA rejecting USC's request to self-impose sanctions as an indicator they are planning something unprecedented with the case, something that would require a clear board before they drop a bomb. What could that be? Long-term sanctions starting after this year coupled with the invalidation of signed LOIs and removal of transfer restrictions on USC players is the best combination of punishment for the institution without harming the players.
If, of course, the NCAA decides to do much at all. I imagine that if they weren't going to drop a bomb, however, they could have wrapped this up in something less than four months.
As I said all along ... not just UCLA fans ... the eyes of the entire college football world is on the NCAA. Tick tock tick tock.