I think the guys at Yahoo Sports generally do a pretty good job. They broke the stories about bu$hgate and timmeh paying cash for OJ2. They finally got a story about Veto Seto, but unfortunately covered it only superficially. (Apparently the reporter's original story said that trogan had been an undergraduate at UCLA, then fixed it when the responses started coming in.) The crux of the story was that CTSS rescinded the offer because of the outrage over the lack of qualifications, and that it was "common knowledge" that that trogan held the DC position under Cheatie "in name only" and Cheatie ran the defense. There was no mention of any backlash because that trogan was an integral part of the most corrupt athletic program in modern history, which to me is the real story here. We'll never know for sure, of course, but I think CTSS noticed that the fans' collective outrage imade prominent mention of the crimes against humanity that the trogan witnessed and said nothing about.
I remain chagrined at my own hypocrisy at the hiring of Coach Chow. We should collectively have made the same protest. Coach Chow's qualifications were not the issue as they are with this latest trogan. We collectively lost sight of our integrity when we allowed his glossy resume to blind us to the ract that he was not just on Cheatie Petie's staff during bu$hgate, but was the offensive coordinator. For all we know, he could have been the guy charged with keeping the cash flowing to bu$h and his extended family. We should be as ashamed of ourselves Bruins. That's just my opinion of course.