A not-uncommon scenario is to try to buy tires only to be told, upon further inspection, your car also needs a brake job and other unplanned work.
But in the NCAA’s allegations against UH, it is — metaphorically — only about the tires, or in this situation, only about the men’s basketball program.
The UH athletic department is consistent in self-reporting any possible infraction, even what would be considered the most manini. Butt dial? UH writes a report. When the NCAA came down — once, twice, three times — it checked all of UH’s proverbial self-police logs. The conclusion, it appears, is there is no collateral target.
No UH sport but men’s basketball should have been concerned. But, still, there are no guarantees when the NCAA brings the finger-print duster. In this case, for 19 UH sports, no news is good news.