The NCAA: It's everywhere.
Last night, Oklahoma senior defensive back Kass Everett, like the rest of the country, really, really wanted to play Grand Theft Auto V. But there was a problem.
Dang. I don't have enough for GTA V. Guess I'll wait.— 2Kass Everett3 (@Kass_Everett) September 17, 2013
(Look at that timestamp. Don't these guys practice at like 8 a.m.? Anyway.)
Kass was quickly offered a helping hand by former Sooner and current Arizona Cardinal Tony Jefferson. But Jefferson soon realized that the feds were watching. That they're always watching.
@Kass_Everett I got u... Oops OU compliance— Tony Jefferson (@tonyjefferson1) September 17, 2013
And here they are:
Krass, to his credit did manage to get his hands on a copy last night at 2:30 a.m. (Christ, do these guys sleep?)
Now I know it's real. �� pic.twitter.com/IdjXggVKXl— 2Kass Everett3 (@Kass_Everett) September 17, 2013
But in a perfect world, this whole thing would never be a story. Let NFL players buy their buddies murder-and-prostitution simulators! It's the American way.