U of Washington player charged with multiple rapes

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stolitonic

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Wow.

This is certainly a bad look for DeBoer

Both were reported to the police during the season and they sat him for the P12 championship, but allowed him to play in the two playoff games.

 
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butchna reading the headline without clicking on the story: “Please don’t be a linebacker! Please don’t be a linebacker! Please don’t…”
 
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Wonder what the difference of 2nd degree and 3rd degree is for sexual assault/rape? If guilty either way then he is not only a bad person but not smart. Your profile of who you match with makes you easy to identify. Thats alot different than so many of the party hookups where consent non consent is questioned but the people don't actually know each other.
 
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I’m sure Oates will be excited to have someone to compare note with on managing players’ criminal activities.
Their entire AD is devoid of any morality, but I guess nobody really cares. Hell, even the "voice" of their program was sexually harassing people, right?
 
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These incidents would be totally swept under the rug by Tuscaloosa police. Never see the light of day. Can’t do that in a large city like Seattle.
 
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Wonder what the difference of 2nd degree and 3rd degree is for sexual assault/rape? If guilty either way then he is not only a bad person but not smart. Your profile of who you match with makes you easy to identify. Thats alot different than so many of the party hookups where consent non consent is questioned but the people don't actually know each other.
Was thinking the same thing. What is the difference?
 
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Wow.

This is certainly a bad look for DeBoer

Both were reported to the police during the season and they sat him for the P12 championship, but allowed him to play in the two playoff games.

DeBoer was a real visionary. He was already working to prove that he was prepared to assume the head coach job at Alabama.
 
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Hmmm

Maybe that’s why William Inge didn’t follow him to Alabama, and went to Tennessee instead
 

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