By Michael Rand
There’s a story circulating that Ted Ginn Sr. told his son not to re-enter last Monday’s BCS title game in order to protect his draft status against further injury. Having been around sports long enough, this sort of parental involvement never surprises us. However, we must note: It has in no way been verified as fact. And furthermore: We’re not sure how bailing on your teammates in the biggest game of your life would enhance your draft status. But then again, we don’t get a lot of things. Like, for instance, why a gallon of milk is more expensive than a gallon of gas. Powerful cow cartels?