Thank you USF ALUMNA for recommending Kroichick's article. It brought back an additional bad memory, Quintin Dailey. It's strange how we, at least I, block out such an incident. There is no excuse for Dailey's action. I don't care if he was just one of a few student's left in Phelan Hall during that Xmas vacation. But Fr. Loschiavo's prompt and strident action was so different than The Penn State's administrators weeks ago, and, more significantly, years and perhaps decades ago. USF didn't sleep at pulling the switch. As former AD Bill Fusco reflects today, Fr. Loshiavo fought to retain our university's integrity. This was what I attempted to convey to Spock. The continued deception practiced at Penn State just is not comparable to one grave misdeed committed by a player. But we paid the price for that misdeed. I wonder how many other universities would pull a major sport (or in our case, THE ONLY real major sport; sorry soccer & baseballers) plug immediately after learning about ONE such incident?