The Oregon Ducks have again put their names in the headlines, and you have to figure this will end up costing them big time (or sometime, I dunno). The Pac-12 is already suffering from an image problem, and shocking revelations like college football players toking it could unravel the crucial moral fabric that binds the sport together.
It gets you wondering about some of the other somewhat benign scandals that have been brewing in the sport as of late that could engulf the conference in flames. For example,
40 to 60 percent of USC players have been known to cavort with millionaire Hollywood celebrities grads on a regular basis.
40 to 60 percent of Cal players want to revolt against their administrative (possibly athletic) oppressors, or at the very least pitch a tent and sing-along.
40 to 60 percent of Utah players are reported to be interested in perhaps marrying multiple women somewhere down the road.
40 to 60 percent of Stanford players go to all their classes.
40 to 60 percent of Washington State players scoff at the isolation that 40 to 60 percent of Oregon players feel in Eugene.
So much can go wrong. Larry Scott won't be able to sleep at night if any of this gets out.