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Subject: Re: Arizona fires head coach Rich Rodriguez after claims of sexual
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On Wednesday, January 3, 2018 at 2:59:46 AM UTC-6, <*> wrote:
> That didn’t take long.
> Earlier Tuesday night, a report surfaced that Arizona was 
> weighing whether to fire Rich Rodriguez as head coach ahead of a 
> lawsuit expected to be filed this week.  Not long after, the 
> university confirmed that it has parted ways with Rodriguez.
> “After conducting a thorough evaluation of our football program 
> and its leadership, both on and off the field,” athletic 
> director Dave Heeke said in a statement, “President Robbins and 
> I feel it is in the best interest of the University of Arizona 
> and our athletics department to go in a new direction.”
> Rodriguez was investigated this past fall by an outside law firm 
> for “potential workplace misconduct” that led to a sexual 
> harassment/hostile workplace claim being filed by a female who 
> was a former administrative assistant in the athletic 
> department.  That investigation reportedly did not find any 
> wrongdoing on Rodriguez’s part.
> fires-head-coach-rich-rodriguez/
> So, if the claims of sexual harassment could be substantiated, 
> he'd still have a job?  What an amazing world we live in.

WIT, RSFCC?  ($1)