And while the players still have to go to class make certain grades, they’re often viewed as rock stars on campus and by the general public, not to mention professional sports teams and recruiters.With all of this attention comes a lot of temptation, too.While there is no precedent for a rule barring the hiring of coaches associated with such scandals — indeed, it’s not clear whether that would be entirely legal — Glass said he would have little compunction about ruling them out in potential searches.
The 6-foot-7 center told the that she hopes to add a “defensive presence” to the roster.
In doing so, she will be following in her mother’s footsteps.
I would feel this way regardless of the genders or sexual orientations of the people involved. Part of the tragedy is that a woman coach resigning because of a sexual relationship with one of her woman players provides ammunition to people who believe that lesbians are a threat to other women and the reputation of women’s sports in general: “See, we told you: They (lesbians) are not to be trusted in coaching positions.” When most lesbian coaches are completely closeted, any news story about lesbian relationships in sport takes on added significance and feeds the unsavory stereotypes about lesbian coaches.
Never mind that men coaching women also become sexually involved with female players on their teams and it is just as unethical.
In making direct reference to the Baylor scandal in his memo, Glass attached the Pepper Hamilton report, a finding of facts that paint an ugly picture of a culture of denial or suppression of such incidents at the Big 12 school.
Last year, the SEC passed a rule banning conference schools from accepting athletic transfers who had been disciplined at their previous school for “serious misconduct,” defined as “sexual assault, domestic violence or other forms of sexual violence.”The Big Ten Joint Group Executive Committee discussed a similar rule at conference meetings in February, eventually deciding that “such decisions are best handled at the institutional level,” according to a statement shared with Indy Star by a league spokesman.Pamela Mc Gee was the second overall pick in the 1997 WNBA Draft.Boyette and Mc Gee, mother of NBA player Ja Vale, lived apart after a contentious custody battle between Mc Gee and Boyette’s father before reconnecting.Though the reports of this relationship are unconfirmed as yet, it is difficult to imagine many other reasons for a young successful rising star African-American coach with a team ranked in the top 10 to leave suddenly for “other career opportunities.” I mean, she isn’t even going to see them through the tournament.She is gone now – right before the brackets are announced. If true, this situation is tragic from so many different perspectives, it’s difficult to know where to begin.College athletics makes up a significant part of not only your college experience but of the national sports obsession.