MSU AD Now Resigning/Retiring From Nassar Fallout, OTL Investigation Follows

((Photo Courtesy: Fox 2 Detroit))

It's the next domino...

Michigan State Athletic Director Mark Hollis is now resigning-slash-retiring as a result of the Larry Nassar case, verdict, and fallout that has already led to the Wednesday resignation of university president Lou Anna Simon.

Here's the announcement from Hollis Friday, thanks to FOX2 Detroit

Hollis was also asked if he ever met Nassar and he didn't think that he had...

Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette has confirmed his office is conducting an “ongoing investigation” as is, now, the NCAA...

ESPN's OTL unit also is about to drop the hammer...

When you read the thread, OTL is reporting on what Title IX investigators called “a sexually hostile environment," at least 16 Michigan State football players have been named in accusations of rape or violence against women since Mark Dantonio became head coach in 2007.

The Paula Lavigne written story is a disgusting- albeit not all that surprising anymore- narrative that includes the following passage:


Even MSU's most-recognizable figures, football coach Mark Dantonio and basketball coach Tom Izzo, have had incidents involving their programs, Outside the Lines has found.

Since Dantonio's tenure began in 2007, at least 16 MSU football players have been accused of sexual assault or violence against women, according to interviews and public records obtained by Outside the Lines. Even more, Dantonio was said to be involved in handling the discipline in at least one of the cases several years ago. As recently as June, Dantonio faced a crowd of reporters who were asking questions about four of his football players who had been accused of sexual assault. Six questions in, a reporter asked Dantonio how he had handled such allegations previously.

"This is new ground for us," Dantonio answered. "We've been here 11 years -- it has not happened previously."

The men's basketball program is also not immune in this investigation...

The OTL TV program discusses the Hollis resignation

((HT: OTL on ESPN))

When President Simon resigned, one of her key quotes that made the way into public discourse was that ""there is no cover-up."

Looks like OTL would differ...

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