1. Not all AAU coaches and team directors are bad guys, but the trend of corruption only seems to be spreading throughout the ranks. Should the NCAA take steps to curb the influence of AAU coaches and directors? One thought it to prohibit a prospect being accompanied on an official visit by any coach other than his high school coach. Do you think this would even make a dent in the corruption? 2. Another thought about curbing the AAU coach/director influence is for the NCAA to limit the number of AAU events that it sanctions. Would fewer games and more NCAA control accomplish any worthwhile purpose? 3. The NCAA will be announcing its findings in its three-year investigation into the University of Miami within the next week or so. In that Frank Haith is no longer associated with The U and all the guilty parties to the alleged misconduct have either graduated or moved on, should the NCAA still drop the hammer or should it simply leave Miami alone and concentrate on reeling in Hait, who is now the head coach at Missouri?