Something very putrid at the University of Minnesota Football culture

KSTP Exclusive: 80-Page Report Outlines U of M Investigation into Gophers Football Players


The University of Minnesota authored an 80-page report after conducting an investigation into 12 Gophers football players. University officials have said they cannot comment on their rationale for the discipline 10 players received due to privacy restrictions. However, the basis for their decision is laid out in a confidential EOAA report obtained by 5 EYEWITNESS NEWS.

The Minneapolis Police Department conducted its own investigation into accusations involving football players at an apartment in Dinkytown on Sept. 2.

5 EYEWITNESS NEWS is releasing both documents because we believe it is important for community members to be able to read and evaluate for themselves what Minneapolis police found in their investigation of the incident and what the University of Minnesota’s Office of Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action investigation concluded.
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  1. My thought here is that given that the police didn't even indict, the players have a great shot at a large settlement if they decide to sue--the big problem being that the U. would use discovery to expose what sickos they are.

    And it also strikes me that if you take STD coverage out of the insurance program for football players, some of this nonsense will end quickly. Just sayin'.


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