Earlier this week I commended McGill University for canceling the remainder of its football season in the wake of the “Dr.Broom” hazing scandal. It turns out there were only two games left in their regular season. Not only that but it’s also wreaking havoc on the schedules of other universities in their league. I realize that hindsight is 20/20 but looking back what they should have done is kicked the offenders off the team and let the rest of the players play out the remainder of the season. Looking back that would have been even more punishment for the offenders to watch their teammates play as they sit the rest of the season out. But at least McGill took some actions instead of none at all.