That train done left the station.

Talk about your day late and dollar short:

I’m sure that whatever the school learned from her will make a huge difference.

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24 responses to “That train done left the station.

  1. HVL Dawg

    The baseball coach must be sitting on pins and needles.

  2. Mayor

    That it took this long for FSU to interview any student victim of sexual assault is outrageous.

    • IAmAGurleyMan

      +1,000. This entire farce is a disgrace, and someone in the President’s office should be canned. This is Jerry Sandusky all over again, to a slightly lesser degree.

      • Peteydawg

        Lol yeah except that was institutionally backed child rape…. Not a single accuser with a million holes in her story looking for a pay day

    • Bulldawg165

      That anyone from the school ever interviews sexual assault victims is outrageous. They are trained educators, not detectives. Leave it to the police and expell the student if he is found guilty.

  3. Beakerdawg

    They are building a solid case…

  4. Go Dawgs!

    Sounds like they’re on course to drop the ban hammer on him sometime after the last bowl game of the 2015 season.

  5. 69Dawg

    Let’s see how the Fed’s get involved in this one.

  6. AthensHomerDawg

    “Money doesn’t talk, it swears,”

  7. Lrgk9

    Federal Civil Rights and Compliance issues after the victim has been harmed and ignored mitigation. Methinks I detect the presence of the ACLU or An Umbrella Insurer.

  8. americusdawg

    >John Clune, the woman’s lawyer, spoke to the Times. “We thought it went very well,” he said. “The school seemed to take it very seriously.”

    Umm … really?

  9. uglydawg

    Auburn is demanding Winston be immediately dismissed from FSU.

  10. Russ

    They couldn’t interview “Famous” Jameis again because he was apparently detained by the police in Kemah, Texas, right down the road from me.

    http://www.yourhoustonnews.com/bay_area/news/seafood-feast-cancelled-by-kemah-police/article_3bcf06b1-b7ab-572c-a24d-19ba61de010e.html

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