Just as Linsanity dies down, we are awoken with the new revelations of yet another buzz-worthy topic that's sure to get some people talking. In the upcoming Sports Illustrated, UCLA seems to be the new poster child for our need for sports-related drama.
If you haven't gotten a chance to read the article, don't sweat it; it won't be on the shelves until March 5th. You can read the entire article written by George Dohrmann here.
I'm not going to rank the admissions in any order here, rather I'm going to go through them in the same order presented by the article. Ideally, this will save you time if you are in somewhat of a hurry, or don't have time to read the four-page piece.
If this is all you have time for, then just know that players were fighting, recruits were potheads, players were dropping E, Ben Howland was doing nothing and the program was faltering. Oh yeah, I forgot to mention—allegedly. Players' rants after their time somewhere is not unheard of; in fact it's expected sometimes. I'm not surprised at a story like this, but it is a little concerning that UCLA has been far less dominant than they have proven to be over the years, followed by a story of this magnitude.