FILE - In Feb. 10, 2012, file photo, Harvard's Kyle Casey (30) celebrates after he scored against Penn in the first half of an NCAA college basketball game in Philadelphia. Casey plans to withdraw from school amid a cheating scandal that also may involve other athletes, according to several reports. Sports Illustrated and the Harvard Crimson reported Tuesday that Casey, a senior, would withdraw in an attempt to preserve a year of eligibility once the issue is resolved. (AP Photo/H. Rumph Jr, File)
FILE - In Feb. 10, 2012, file photo, Harvard's Kyle Casey (30) celebrates after he scored against Penn in the first half of an NCAA college basketball game in Philadelphia. Casey plans to withdraw from school amid a cheating scandal that also may involve other athletes, according to several reports. Sports Illustrated and the Harvard Crimson reported Tuesday that Casey, a senior, would withdraw in an attempt to preserve a year of eligibility once the issue is resolved. (AP Photo/H. Rumph Jr, File) ASSOCIATED PRESS
FILE - In Feb. 10, 2012, file photo, Harvard's Kyle Casey (30) celebrates after he scored against Penn in the first half of an NCAA college basketball game in Philadelphia. Casey plans to withdraw from school amid a cheating scandal that also may involve other athletes, according to several reports. Sports Illustrated and the Harvard Crimson reported Tuesday that Casey, a senior, would withdraw in an attempt to preserve a year of eligibility once the issue is resolved. (AP Photo/H. Rumph Jr, File) ASSOCIATED PRESS

John Clay: If Harvard, Duke and Tar Heels are cheating, isn't everybody?

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A native of Central Kentucky and a 1981 graduate of the University of Kentucky, John Clay is an award-winning blogger who covered UK football for 13 seasons before being promoted to columnist in 2000.