Here's a fun fact: If you don't like the NCAA, you have something in common with one of the greatest running backs of all time.

Jim Brown was at a roundtable discussion at Saturday's Pro Football Hall of Fame Fan Fest, where he made it about 201 percent clear he does not like the NCAA. That number may be a slight exaggeration, but so are his comments:

The NCAA is probably the most reprehensible organization God ever created. Total exploitation. The kind of money they make, the kind of life they live, it's embarrassing.

Arian Foster once said there were nights he had to go to bed hungry because he had no money. With stories like that coming from athletes who play for free for a multimillion dollar organization, it's understandable that Brown is one of the many with anti-NCAA sentiments. That said, it probably isn't the most reprehensible organization ever, which is something anybody who saw Schindler's List can attest to. But if hyperbole is needed change things, so be it.

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[via ESPN]