Her work is done here.

Baylor’s Title IX coordinator resigned.  Talk about a fun job search to fill that position…


Filed under Baylor Is Sensitive To Women's Issues, Crime and Punishment, See You In Court

8 responses to “Her work is done here.

  1. Hogbody Spradlin

    Baylor players, coaches, etc. did cringe worthy things, but it takes pretty bizarre logic to fit them and Tennessee’s issues into Title IX.

    • Uglydawg

      It’s bizarre to put “bizarre” as an adjective to “logic”….But we live in a time when what’s right is called wrong and what’s wrong is called right…so there you go.

    • Russ

      Yeah, I agree. I never understood what it had to do with Title 9. Those people at Baylor and UTK committed crimes, not infractions. (And yes, I know Title 9 is a law.) But I thought it just ensured equal sports opportunities for both sexes. Not sure how it applies to football players raping women (a crime), and the coaches doing nothing about it (failure to report said crime, or impeding the investigation).

  2. It’s really difficult for a top professional to be told by some administrators what to do when those administrators had no idea what’s needed to be done or just like their self serving agenda to be put forward over what is appropriate.

  3. DawgPhan

    The bummer for her is that it seems like people are reacting as if she is a villain in this, but it seems like she was getting no support to try and implement the recommendations.