I don't exactly know where to begin. The conclusion of the article is fine, I suppose, if that's your thing but the logic used to get there is broken, misleading, and reeks of a horribly written opinion piece. Omitting or slanting facts in the investigation aren't really needed to prove your point in this case, so when you choose to be more biased it really speaks a lot to your confidence of a writer. But it is ESPN, after all. I think I'm going to have to drag out a fanpost with this sometime.