This is the best quote of the article
Posted on: August 1, 2012 at 08:15:58 CT
More than a dozen years ago, Williams, then head coach at Kansas, grew frustrated at the peripheral individuals involved in the recruitment of DeShawn Stevenson. He said the problem has worsened considerably. And, in general, the refusal to cheat or engage some third-party individuals is one of many reasons, Williams said, why he may back away from recruiting a prospect these days.
"Every coach looks at situations and tries to decide, 'Will I have a legitimate chance if I do it the right way?,'" Williams said. "Some of those situations you look at and say, 'This is not my kind of ballgame. I better go somewhere else.'"
So what may be the dirtiest coach in the game explains how that 'is not his kind of ballgame' via the example of a recruit who ended up having to jump straight to the NBA and not honor his committment to ku because his SAT score he needed to greatly improve to qualify after his committment was invalided due to it obviously being obtained improperly. He probably should have used the example of how he didn't understand it was against the rules for him to authorize alumni to send checks in an undisclosed manner to his players, that would have been more effective.