The NCAA, needless to say, hasn’t expressed this kind of desire, and its own general public remarks on due procedure are generally anodyne.

The NCAA, needless to say, hasn’t expressed this kind of desire, and its own general public remarks on due procedure are generally anodyne. At a congressional hearing in 2004, the infractions-committee vice chair, Josephine Potuto, over over repeatedly argued that even though NCAA is “not bound by any judicial due procedure criteria,” its enforcement, infractions,…