Yeah .... and their football team sucks too.
Who cares about a schools football team if you are there to learn?
The problem with our educational system is that it teaches majors which have no practical use (many not even teaching thinking skills), and there are too many extracurricular activities. Students pick schools which are country clubs, and leave with huge debts. Many cannot get jobs after four to six years of living disorganized, jet-lagged lives.
There is almost no religious presence on most campuses, and most of the social life harms the character and personal integrity of students.
The Harvard class is one which pre-law students would take, many intending on a career in politics; so it is only natural that they would start cheating early.
But it is harder to cheat (or out cheat) in sports. Just imagine if the liberal ethos that sees all as entitled to the same rewards, regardless of merit (and at the expense of those who legitimately, lawfully earned them) was forced upon sports. Or sports without officials.
But the victim-entitlement mentality began the devil himself.