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That girl must not still have a father because this sack of aMm still breathes.
That girl must not still have a father because this sack of shit still breathes.
All you did was summarize the article. I read the article. From what I read, he never played a down for BaylorBriles is the head coach, but I don't think he was in charge of the investigationBriles says he didn't know of the guy's violent past, Peterson never said he told Briles anything specific about the player's violent pastBriles says he checked with the guy's high school coach and there were no red flags. The coach would have known the player within six months of the incident at BoiseSeems to me the part about taking a chance on the guy wasn't any worse than what happens at most programs across the country (thankfully, not ours right now)If Briles was involved in the coverup, he knowingly did something wrong. But the original article didn't show that. That's why I asked.The simple route is to believe everything you read in an article as true. It may be that Briles covered things up, it just wasn't clear in the first article - that's why I asked.
The program hid a sexual assault charge in tune with the university for nearly two years.There are multiple quotes from multiple coaches shrugging off the issues as some "problems" that he was working out.
"Our hearts break for those impacted by execrable acts of sexual violence." Update from Baylor President Ken Starr: bit.ly/1PIRFvkOh look, they are trying to bury a story on super bowl Sunday...how sincere of them
Reports: Former Baylor player Shawn Oakman being investigated for sexual assault
How many times does this need to come up at Sexual Assault U before the NCAA comes investigating?
Resonance...metal folding chairs or hard tile floors cannot be beaten when it comes to firing off a loud fart.
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