Now those minor celebrities who have all recently become scholars of cheating can address this: Granted, it is "against the rules" to videotape coaches for use at a future time. The media solomons have defined this as cheating. Two weeks ago, Shanahan ... within the letter of the rule ... arranged to call a time-out immediately before Janikowski attempted a 52-yarder to win the game. To win that very game! All 22 players played it out ... because who besides a single official on the sideline, alongside Shanahan, knew or thought there was a time-out? Forced by cunning abuse of a rule to kick it again ... Janikowski hit the upright the second time. Shanahan's team went on to an overtime victory because of this ruse. Saturday night ... emulating such exemplary good sportsmanship ... Urban Meyer grabbed a sideline official's attention to call a time-out exactly before Auburn snapped the ball to try a walkoff FG. To win that very game! The true freshman's (!) kick was true ... but once more the rule decreed that all 22 must do the play over. This time, it happened that even the second try was good. But i want at least one of those bloviating blowhards who crucified Belichick for "cheating" by violating a rule ... to state with a straight face that this reprehensible and unfair manipulation is NOT cheating - because the rules allow it!