UConn coach Randy Edsall spoke passionately Friday for about 45 minutes, nearly 20 at one point without pause, essentially fueling a morning bonfire with just about every frustration he has with the NCAA, college football and the farce that he considers the current student-athlete model.
"It's gotten to me," Edsall said.
Clearly. The match, a very specific piece of legislation that was the entry point to a sweeping discussion, was NCAA bylaw 220.127.116.11. It bars student-athletes who have signed letters of intent from sitting in on coaches' meetings while visiting campus and watching practices — unless those meetings are open to the public.
So, those meetings...