Wednesday, January 4, 2017

The bus approaches. Who will be thrown under it?

The Pioneer Press reports:

After suspending 10 players and firing the head coach, the University of Minnesota’s top administrators are coming under fire for the way they’ve managed the football program before and after an alleged sexual assault last fall.

Tuesday’s firing of coach Tracy Claeys surprised Michael Hsu and Darrin Rosha, the two Board of Regents members whom players viewed as sympathetic to their concerns over the university’s disciplinary process. Both say they intend to scrutinize President Eric Kaler’s and athletics director Mark Coyle’s actions, how the program reached this point and where it’s headed.

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