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In Topic: ESPN is reporting Briles fired!

26 May 2016 - 02:34 PM

View PostGoldenRebel, on 26 May 2016 - 02:29 PM, said:

"The lawsuit claims that the university “enabled an environment of bad behavior and used a disciplinary system that favored the players,” citing more than a dozen incidents, including ones that hadn’t been previously reported. Among the incidents are allegations of underage drinking, sexual harassment, assault, armed robbery and sexual assaults, including incidents that went beyond the six women filing suit.


In the lawsuit, the plaintiffs name Tennessee athletics director Dave Hart and football coach Butch Jones among those who were “personally aware” of previous sexual assaults and rapes committed by football players, but protected the interest of the football team rather than the victims of the crimes."



https://www.seccount...ootball-players

I'm aware, none of which has been substantiated by anyone. Which is quite the contrary to the Baylor case where their accusations/claims were substantiated.

Their biggest piece of "evidence" that UT/Butch did anything wrong was that Butch told a player he was disappointed in him. And that hardly counts as evidence given, again, there's no proof he said that.

That article did remind me I had forgotten of Michael Williams, but as noted in the article he was suspended/kicked off the team as well.

So really all that's been shown is any time someone on this team is involved in something this serious they are removed from the team unless/until proven innocent. Which is pretty hilarious given our innocent until proven guilty mantra that we like to rave on about.

In Topic: ESPN is reporting Briles fired!

26 May 2016 - 02:23 PM

View PostGoldenRebel, on 26 May 2016 - 11:36 AM, said:

Have you not been keeping up with tennessee covering up sexual assaults and stuff?

Eh, the only accusation thrown at Butch Jones is that he told a player he was disappointed in him for helping a victim, even though there's 0 proof of it.

Butch has suspended both players to be accused of sexual assault in his tenure. AJ Johnson who was never reinstated(his case is still ongoing) and Von Pearson who was allowed back on the team after law enforcement cleared him.

Comparing him to Briles would be quite the stretch.

In Topic: We've made it to the double digits...

25 May 2016 - 01:21 PM

Even less than that to the start of NFL preseason. This off-season has honestly kind of flew by for me.

In Topic: I've bought the site.

17 May 2016 - 10:37 PM

Benny appears and posts the morning after I make that post?

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We're in the Posted Imagein twilight zone.

In Topic: Cam Robinson and Hootie Jones arrested

17 May 2016 - 06:03 PM

View PostRodLovly, on 17 May 2016 - 06:00 PM, said:

BS

This younger generation may carry, but nobody I know brings a gun to buy a qtr.

I've heard of several instances of carrying to buy/sell, even small amounts, both from friends in law enforcement and reading online.

I mean I know there's the possibility that's not what they were there for, but having weed in the car plus a handgun readily available in your lap kinda narrows down the possibilities I'd think.

What do you think they were there for/had the gun with them for if not to buy or sell?