Normally I wouldn't forward a link to a Drew sharp piece, or even read it, but in this case, in a piece for everyone's favorite paper, he argues that the NCAA will be more lenient on OSU than they were for SC, despite seemingly worse infractions. His reasoning? That SC stalled and equivocated, while OSU did the "we screwed up and are punishing ourselves and we're sorry" thing. Which is what the NCAA cares most about given their limited enforcement staff, and the need for schools to sort of be on a kind of honor system of self-policing. While it is true that SC definitely seemed arrogant in their response, I would doubt that given the unfolding story at OSU, and the potential for even greater things coming out, Tressel lying, etc, that this would be a determining factor for the NCAA.