This, unfortunately, speaks for itself.
What is depressing--and infuriating--about this is that there's so much pressure on young athletes to do the wrong thing as it is; to have one of the coaches in a major college program, one that kids will certainly look up to, involved in this kind of sordid , sinful nonsense...
...is beyond the pale.
Many people are standing by this coach. Many people will say he did the "responsible" thing by "getting rid of the problem."
The responsible thing, especially for a man who calls himself a Catholic, would have been to keep his pants on. To remember his marriage vows. And not to compound the sin by adding murder to the rap sheet.
I hope this guy gets booed from now until the end of the year. Forgiveness? Christian charity? A spirit of mercy?
Not until I see some evidence of genuine repentance here. I don't. And the university, by demanding no further accountability of him, only reinforces the notion that there's nothing for him to repent of.
Mamas, don't let your babies grow up to be Cardinals.
There have got to be better men out there to let your babies play for.