If you needed anymore proof that college football is king, especially in the South, take a look at how Alabama and Nick Saban got their best player off prison time for felony possession of drugs and stolen handguns.
Straight from AL.com...
The district attorney in Monroe, La., decided not to pursue prosecution of Cam Robinson and Hootie Jones, AL.com confirmed.
The district attorney did not find sufficient evidence to prosecute, according to the county clerk's office.
Not enough sufficient evidence huh? They were pulled over at 2am in a park by a cop who found marijuana on both of them, a gun in Hootie Jones lap, and another stolen handgun under Robinson's seat. I guess that isn't sufficient enough evidence to prosecute anybody, especially a couple of star football players at Alabama, for possession of a stolen gun and narcotics when the only evidence the cops have is them being arrested by the police with a stolen gun and narcotics. Nothing to see here folks!
All this proves is Nick Saban is playing chess while other programs like Ole Miss and Auburn are playing checkers with law enforcement and the NCAA. At this point I can't even hate Saban and Bama. They are just in a whole different league when it comes to the rules. No district attorney or judge is out of their reach. That is what we call a king's dynasty.