I’m going to make the University of Minnesota football controversy very easy to understand.
And I won’t even get involved in the matter of whether the suspended players actually did what they are accused of doing or not, because that matter is irrelevant to my snappy profound analysis. If someone asks in the comment thread of this posts, I will so opine.
The men were foolish and unsophisticated enough such that they took the events of about thirteen months ago two states south of them at face value. All they thought they had to do was boycott, and the world would be their oyster. When they wound up getting no backup and no support and no real adulation, they backtracked.
Because you read this blog, you know why the events of thirteen months ago two states south of them should not be taken at face value.