Thursday, February 18, 2010

Governor's mansion imitates USC football...

For those that have missed this mindboggingly strange story, the Governor's mansion has become a den of sorts for drug trafficking.

WBNS investigated the story a bit deeper and filed this story yesterday.

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If nothing else, this story screams that phrase those familiar with NCAA sports are probably familiar with - lack of institutional control.

In college sports, "institutional control comes down to what rules exist, who was making sure those rules weren’t being broken, and whether the persons in charge of monitoring those rules were doing their jobs. Whether a member school demonstrated a lack of institutional control can vary depending on the scope of failures which led to a violation, the types of rules violated, and the depth of knowledge and reaction of those in control at a member school."

Is it breaking the law? No, it doesn't seem to be, but this situation highlights a seemingly lack of institutional control within the Governor's mansion that should have Ohioans questioning what's really going on within its walls, who knows what, who hid what, and why.

Here's hoping WBNS continues to follow the story as the Ohio Senate intensifies its investigation.

h/t: Right Ohio

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