OK, For a few years now the NCAA has been sitting on their hands in regards to USC's blatant violation of major NCAA rules. Since January it looks like the NCAA has been using their power to investigate Memphis regarding an SAT violation: http://sports.espn.go.com/ncb/news/story?id=4210798 This to me seems like the NCAA is trying to show it is a strong regulating body, as they are going after a recently good B-ball program. The thing is they continue to drag their feet on USC. So my question to the group, Is the NCAA more of a bully of small programs that it can control than a regulator of the entire college landscape? When big revenue generating programs have violation, they drag their feet hoping it goes away, and give minor violations. If a smaller program does something wrong the stick them with major punishment in order to show they are strong. Pick on weak and let strong slide = bully!!