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Discussion in 'Other Sports' started by JCBRAVE, Apr 11, 2012.
I don't think he should have been fired.
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I really don't either, unless she's trying to say he coerced/pressured her... but that doesn't seem likely.
How is this even news in the SEC?...
Just another SEC scandal... Nothing new there.
Sources say that Chris Peterson from Boise State has already turned down the job.
This isn't nearly as bad as the Penn St thing, but Arkansas wont fill that job easily after this. I mean not a huge deal, but scandals scare off coaches.
What exactly did he do to get fired?
Embarrassing the university and putting his boss in a tough spot
It really doesn't seem fair, he admitted it and others in the past with much higher stations in life got to keep their job, write books and thrive.
It's all in how the media frames and twists it. We as a society are so gullible.
I think it's more about lying to his boss than the affair.
It's kind of hard to go into the home of a possible recruit and talk about how playing football at Arkansas will build character when the coach doesn't appear to have any.
The one I am talking about lied also.