It only took a minority of students, the football coach, and a majority of the football players and coaches to bring down a university. To be accurate, one student told ESPN, “As much as we want to say everyone is united, half the team and coaches — black and white — are pissed,”
Of course, I’m talking about the University of Missouri and the resignation of President Tim Wolfe. Why did he resign?: accusations of “white privilege,” Ferguson (120 miles away), “anti-homosexual and anti-transgender attitudes,” and not meeting the demands of black students regarding an off-campus racial incident that at this point in time is hearsay.
Here’s what I would have done if I had been president. First, I would have warned the coaching staff and players that if they boycotted the upcoming football game that the coaches would be fired and the players would be dismissed from the team.
Second, I would have brought in a legal team informing them that they would be held financially libel for any lost revenue.
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