The Central Student Government examined the Ann Arbor school’s student sexual misconduct policy and released its task force’s findings Sunday.
Federal Investigators are coming to the University of Michigan next week as part of a probe into how the Ann Arbor school handles sexual misconduct allegations.
Douglas Smith said the investigation will reveal that the school acted strictly to protect its image – and not for the first time.
Taylor Lewan has apparently gotten plenty of questions about topics that have nothing to do with football.
If a story on SI.com is to believed,University of Michigan President Mary Sue Coleman and its regents found out about the sexual assault claims against kicker Brandon Gibbons as early as 2011.
“I’m scratching my head and saying, ‘What is going on?’” Foote said. “Who gave the University of Michigan the authority to say you’re better than the police department?”
Several questions posed to Michigan head football coach Brady Hoke during Wednesday’s signing day press conference had zero to do with the high school players who had just signed their letters of intent.
I think the Gibbons story is indefensible, and he likely deserved whatever punishment he received, but how did his personal documents ended up in the pages of the Michigan Daily?
Michigan coach Brady Hoke has issued his first statement since a report that kicker Brendan Gibbons had been expelled for violating the school’s sexual misconduct policies.
The university didn’t name Gibbons but says “questions have been raised about” its “response to allegations of sexual misconduct in 2009.”