First things first- I don't agree w/ the demonizing of JoePa. Nor do I agree with the heroic status some have given him.
It comes down to me not liking him because he was a coach at a Big 10 school... and I dislike the Big 10. But he did great things for their football program- so good for him.
But Will I think this is slightly different than the interview you were listening to. If we're talking compliance- that's things like- illegal practice hours, etc, right? That's slightly different than reporting to somebody about a potential sexual assault. I think he did all he had to do for the football program to prevent the program from causing an issue- but I don't think he did all he had to do as a person. I know that's been said maybe a billion times.
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