Former UCLA running back Wendell Tyler, father of U$C loud-mouth Marc Tyler, responded to the flurry of criticism that came following his son's drunken comments that U$C football players were "breaking bread" and getting paid:
Wendell insists that "Marc was clearly joking" ... telling us the USC player still relies on his parents to cover his expenses outside of his scholarship.
"Marc is DEFINITELY not getting paid ... so I don't know what he was thinking when he said it."
Still, Wendell admits ... "It's a wake up call."
Wendell's probably right: Marc probably isn't "getting paid" (although one has to be concerned about the quality of the "education" he's receiving at his junior college since he can't seem to tell USC from USB). But Marc never said he was being paid, but that U$C football players were "breaking bread."
After all, we already know that U$C players do get illegal benefits. As we noted before, being hauled in front of the NCAA Committee on Infractions is nothing new for U$C. It's a program that cheated at every opportunity, not just limiting itself to paying players, but sought every illegal competitive advantage it could. I mean, USC (United States China, that is) gave Trogan running back Joe McKnight a pimped out Land Rover while current U$C running back Dillon Baxter makes up stupid lies and rides around in golf carts with weak-sauce wannabe (yet certified) NFLPA agents. I mean, this is, after all, the "most scandalous athletic program of this era."
In other words, under ol' "Ethical" Pat, it sounds like it's just another "meet the new boss, same as the old boss" routine at the U$C athletic department.
Fortunately for us (and unfortunately for the Trogans and their lame non-alum fanboys), ol' Marc couldn't keep his mouth shut after a few drinks. I wonder what other dirt he'd spill if his buddies let the cameras keep rollin' and not shut him up.
USB Trogans. God, these morons are the gift that keep on giving.