Fortunately for all of us, the standards, methods, processes and rationales for criminal conviction are quite different from those for hiring.I agree. Presumption of guilt, especially without evidence, is a founding principal of our country.
Damn it - I know when I've lost.I think this is you saying, "I agree." So thank you.
All of which I agree with. Which is why your continuing prickliness is so perplexing.Damn it - I know when I've lost.
To be clear, I don't question the hire of CGC. My biggest issue is that it appears from the reporting and court cases that the Baylor Administration and Police Force are the ones to primarily blame for this situation through egregious and reprehensible acts. What happened to them? Ken Starr was fired as president but was offered the Chancellor role and a professorship in the law school (he turned both down and decided to retire). No one else was fired and no one was apparently blackballed from ever working again. Meanwhile, Art Briles can't even coach a high school team without protests.
The administration blamed Briles in an attempt to save themselves, and it appears that smoke screen worked.
Not sure how this is cheating. The families moved from Colorado to Texas. The reason should not matter. If you live in that district, you should be able to play for the school in that district.https://www.yahoo.com/sports/art-br...r-bears-sexual-assault-scandal-004602715.html
Cheaters gonna cheat. At least no one was raped this time.
Once you lie in mud some people think you belong there. Talking about Briles. Hate to think kids are punished because of Briles but sometimes exemptions can be made at the high school level in good faith. Not saying it happened this way but it would be easy for Texas athletic boards to not let Briles cut any shortcutsNot sure how this is cheating. The families moved from Colorado to Texas. The reason should not matter. If you live in that district, you should be able to play for the school in that district.