After the documentary came out, LSU suspended Wade because of it and wanted to talk to him about it. Wade then doubled-down and refused to talk to his bosses until the investigation was over. The bold decision worked, as Wade still had a job until last week.


As we approach the start of the NCAA tournament, and as we’re four months from the first anniversary of NIL, it makes you think about how all this happened because the FBI wanted to investigate the “corruptness” of a sport that puts on an annual tournament that’s responsible for making up close to 98 percent of the NCAA’s annual revenue, while none of the players were able to make money until this past summer. And when you realize that, it makes it clear that Christian Dawkins should be the last person in prison.