It seems to be serving as a wake-up call to universities across the nation - and student-athletes would be wise to expect action.
The bust, by the way, is coming on the heels of an NCAA report that said 22.6 percent of student-athletes acknowledged in an anonymous survey they'd smoked pot in the last 12 months. That was up from a similar 2005 survey.
According to Henry, the NFL Hall of Fame folks are honoring some of those enshrined by dedicating plaques in their hometowns. And in mid-March, they will do so for ex-WVU great Sam Huff in his hometown of Farmington.
Should be a neat event.
While on the subject of those enshrined, congrats to the trio being inducted into WVU's Academy of Distinguished Alumni. Don Brodie, principal of Purolite, is certainly worthy - as are the two others, both closely tied to Mountaineer athletics.
One is strong supporter Bob McNabb, a fine man and executive vice president of Korn/Ferry International. In case you don't know, he also sits on the Global Operating Committee. His friends and acquaintances might want to know he recently underwent a successful bone marrow transplant.
The other inductee? A man followed by many in the Mountain State back in the 1960s and early 1970s. A man who played so well in the 1971 Super Bowl he was named Most Valuable Player - even though his team lost.
Of course, that man is Chuck Howley, who was a heck of a story.
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