Other than the fact that Upmarket Jeff Foxworthy somehow believes there was once a time of chivalric amateurism, and other than the part where he relishes the supposed irony of lefties advocating capitalism-friendly reform (Saul Alinsky and Marvin Miller would like a word) and also the part where he writes, "College basketball is more thrilling than pro basketball because the game is still animated by amateur passions, not coldly calculating professional interests"—other than all that, this column is not wholly stupid. [NYT]