Quote Of The Day
“There are many football fans outside New England who will always discount the Patriots’ five Super Bowl successes as having been achieved by crossing ethical lines – Spy Gate & Deflate Gate – regardless of how real or advantageous those perceived transgressions might have actually been. Now it seems equally true that even if Alberto Salazar’s extreme coaching methods with NOP are eventually exonerated as falling within the letter of the law, a public indictment against their spirit has already been handed up as a true bill. And that is the kind of indictment no subsequent appeal can fully erase. Looking back, one would have to wonder, true, untrue, or somewhere in the shade between, was such a protocol worth it in the long run?”
– Toni Reavis giving his take on the most recent Alberto Salazar / NOP doping allegations and “the fine line between the letter and spirit of the law.”
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