As they say in the business the Bush story has legs. LA Times has details on the new link in Bush scandal. The NCAA is now getting into the investigation:
The relationship, laid out in court documents and interviews, has come under investigation because the family lived in a house owned by a New Era Sports & Entertainment executive during Bush's Heisman Trophy-winning football season.
[I]n transcripts from an unrelated criminal case, a lawyer for one of New Era's founding partners said: "Apparently, what happened is that Mr. Bush -- or through his associates -- had made some type of agreement with ... the sports agency group."
And, as New Era sought to form a partnership with the Sycuan Indian tribe, Bush's stepfather, LaMar Griffin, went to the reservation east of San Diego.
"He was extended the courtesy of a visit," Sycuan spokesman Adam Day said. "The tribe chose not to be a part of that company."
[A] Pacific 10 Conference official confirmed Tuesday that the NCAA has joined the conference in an investigation into Bush's connections with New Era.
Meanwhile, Scott Wolf is in damage control mode shilling for the Heritage Hall PR department. Wolfie is shameless and a disgrace to his profession. Then of course everyone who closely follows the Southern California sports media scene (but does not brag about it knew that). What is funny though is to see a so called impartial college football blog joining Wolfie in Trojan spin control like a pavlov's dog. Trojans (whether they are in our outside the closet) are shameless. We knew that. And now you know why we were skeptical when it made an assessment that Dorrell is a good coach. In hindsight their post on Dorrell appears more like Lute Olson and Arizona fans proclaiming Lavin was a good coach at UCLA. They have been exposed. Anyways ...