Link: Bad, bad headline and article for LSU (USA Today)

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Not sure how Orgeron can survive this.
Not like it will happen, but he can be fired with cause meaning he won't be owned any of buyout, so if they want to move on without ED, now is the time to do this... but we know we're not going to see that. Likely getting a slap on wrist. Baylor fired their coach, Michigan St. coach resigned, Penn state fired their coach.
 

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That article reads like the bygone era of misogynistic good ole boys club: protect the program, ignore the violence, bury the evidence, play the player at all costs. Everyone involved in these allegations should be suspended and investigated by an outside impartial legal authority, and if these allegations are true should never set foot on a campus again/be held liable for their atrocious behavior.
 

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This is why I'm scared to death of my only daughter stepping on a college campus. I'd burn the damn earth to the ground with all of us in it if her case were treated like the ladies in this article. Sickening.
Without venturing to close to non-sports, this is the toxic masculinity that needs to be rooted out of society. It's not masculinity at all. It's cowardice. Justice needs to be rained down on these people.
 

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Paying a player would result in serious NCAA penalties because it would be considered an unapproved benefit. Not sure how being protected from the legal consequences of your actions is not treated the same way by the NCAA. Clearly they received additional benefits.