Florida State's president is blaming the athletic department for a less-than-candid response to the test-taking scandal that might involve as many as 50 students.
Among the accusations is that at least one academic tutor was giving answers to the questions of a music course exam while the test was in progress and that tutors took tests for athletes.
But here's the best part. The pool of questions for the exams didn't change from semester to semester, said college president T.K. Wetherell.
"The whole university had [the questions and answers], quite frankly," Wetherell said.
And while not an ideal situation, the college president admitted, it was "no violation of the honor code."
And then, "people got a little sloppy," he said, meaning that having the answers in advance wasn't good enough; the student-athletes and their tutors resorted to outright cheating.
Talk about going from dumb to dumber.