Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by BuffUp, Sep 2, 2015.
Not sure how this would impact the football program. The student accused of the assault was a relative of a football player. Not sure how that impacts the OSU AD.
Nebraska must be relieved.
Riley may fit in with the nubber culture better than we thought.
**This snarky comment in no way justifies or in any way approves of said culture.**
99 was a rough year.
The Baylor rape case made big news nationwide last week, but I didn't see anything here and wondered why:
From the little details I've read, seems like a stretch of a lawsuit. Non-OSU student, not on OSU campus, while Riley was no longer with the team; I'm failing to see much of a correlation on this one.
Most of the time cases like this really never get any traction. It will be a distraction for the new leader of the corn though.
What's weird is when I heard this I thought they were referring to this incident, in '98, that got some more press last fall:
The victim never pressed charges out of fear(see article for the background), which kind of absolved the university and the authorities from their lack of action. Riley only suspended the players for 1 game, for what he called "making a bad choice"
That incident is past the statute of limitations. And the University just hired her to act as a spokesperson to speak on sexual assault awareness:
Just curious timing for all this. OSU hiring this woman, Brenda Tracy, is them acknowledging they didn't handle her situation correctly, I wonder if the '99 lawsuit will use that to make their case.
Judas Priest! You murdered my post.
Has its own thread:
I thought it was because you're bad at reading and understanding?
A whole NYT article and no mention of that Baylor BB murder cover-up? WTF?
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