1-AA Foe CCU Playing Up To Penn State’s Potential

Hey, look at that: a football player commits sexual assault and is promptly suspended. Yesterday, we mentioned that an Ohio high school couldn’t decide whether “delinquency by gross sexual imposition” was reason enough to kick a 17-year-old off the team.

William Chandler Coastal Carolina

Apparently, Coastal Carolina University is much more serious about sexual misconduct, and as a result, the football program will be short one law-breaking wide receiver for the foreseeable future:

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HS Must Decide If Sex Offender Can Play Football

This seems pretty cut-and-dried: commit a sex offense, you don’t get to play high school football. Apparently, it’s not that straightforward, at least in Ohio, where a student “pleaded guilty to delinquency by gross sexual imposition in June after he was accused of rape by a then-17-year-old girl,” and school officials must still decide if he’ll be on the Vermilion Sailors roster when the season opens.

Vermillion football

Shockingly, some members of the community are appalled that Vermilion’s very own version of Jesus Quintana could be allowed to suit up after he was convicted.

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