CHICAGO, IL – The University of Illinois at Chicago announced this morning that they have offered OJ Simpson an adjunct professorship in its prestigious Drama department.
Though Simpson was convicted on all twelve counts of armed robbery and kidnapping over the weekend will likely spend the rest of his life in a Nevada federal penitentiary, he will be able to conduct his classes live via satellite.
UIC, home to Weather Underground founder Bill Ayers and several other felons, welcomes the high-profile addition to its esteemed faculty. “He’s The Juice,” exclaimed university Chancellor Paula Allen-Meares. “He led the nation in rushing two years in a row at USC. He won the Heisman. He was the first pro player to reach 2,000 yards, for goodness sake!” She added, “I’m also a big fan of ‘The Naked Gun.’”
Simpson has also begun writing a new book tentatively titled “If I Didn’t Do It.”