It was reported Harvard head basketball coach Tommy 'don't call me Kelvin Sampson' Amaker broke NCAA recruting violations. I understand Tommy was a rising star at Seton Hall before he crapped out at Michigan, and he probably feels above coaching in the Ivy League. However, what is the payoff landing a prized recruit at Harvard. I know you can promise him the most prestigious education in America, but if he has any talent he'll be one and done. Also, what good is having to tarnish your reputation in order to win the Ivy League and be shark bait for the UNC's, UCLA's, Kansas's, and Duke's of the world. Oh, I get it, Tommy was looking out for number one. A winning season at Harvard might mean goodbye most prestigious college in America helloooo power conference state school!