Also this dandy of a quote from his attorney about why he won't be speaking to the NCAA: "They're not going to give him or any other student-athlete any due process rights to speak of, so he's moved on." (AP)
"I don't define the person by any single thing they do, but by a collection of things. But I also knew that this thing standing alone would be judged alone, certainly by the NCAA. There's not a hearing on good deeds." (Dispatch)
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