Around here we try and take a laissez-faire, gotta-laugh, boys-will-be-boys approach to player crime, largely because player crime fuels the Fulmer Cup and without the Fulmer Cup we would all wither and die in the offseason. This philosophy hasn't really caught on yet all the way up in Oregon, as evidenced by Chip Kelly's interview with some very angry guy on KXTG radio. It starts condescending ("I think you think you're doing the right thing"), descends to preachy (Chip Kelly is a bad example to his team, did you know?) and just spirals right on down from there with the host playing the part of an extremely petulant toddler denied a pudding pop and Kelly displaying sidestep skills of positively Mack Brownian smooveness. The full 20 minutes are available at the above link, but be forewarned: "THIS IS AMERICA" is invoked before this thing's even halfway over.
HT: Everyone with a Twitter account and an interest in college football who was awake at 11 last night. Swarm!