Online courses, when done correctly, are just as good as traditional, in-class, courses. I was trying to make a point that they can be as good, if not better, than many other traditional classes. It's just as easy to cheat in an online class as it is any other class.
I was mostly disagreeing with the opinion that this is somehow an NCAA problem, rather than a University-wide problem. Student-athletes can't take classes (online or in class, easy A, or incredibly difficult) unless their school allows them too.
EDIT to further clarify: The concern here should not be where classes are taken, it's whether the classes further a student's education. However, that changes the topic to one that belongs in the Backroom or Political Board, whereas most just wanted to make fun of the situation.