PHONE'S RINGING -- IT'S URBAN ON THE LINE
I really wish they had broken up the crimes better. Shoplifting or trespassing show up as crimes, but they're a far shade from selling drugs, robbery, or assault.
Yeah, it's a bit of a head-scratcher. Crime rates are on par or below national average and other things make you wonder why this is even news -- unless there are follow-up bombshells.
All the hype for this?
Class of 2010
Matt Hinton had a great response: http://rivals.yahoo.com/ncaa/football/blog/dr_saturday/post/Headlinin-SI-takes-slightly-skewed-aim-at-coll?urn=ncaaf-328550
Weeee seven percent. I've never been arrested (knock on wood) so it is relatively high compared to the general crime rate. Why not consider teams outside of the Top 25? Or is it saying the better teams have more arrests?
I'm wondering who OSU's 7 are...I can only think of 5 that were there at the beginning of last season. If some of this stuff went back to high schoolers under 18, how did SI get access to juvenile records? Anyhoo, not a big deal here.
"It's just another case of there you are". ~ Doc (1918-2012)
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