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Sure someone will hire him, there is bound to be an AD somewhere whose job is already on the line that will be willing to take that chance. But it isn't gonna be UK and not likely any BCS program that has a shred of credibility left.
"Kentucky Football needs to be and will be a championship contender in the SEC."~Mitch Barnhart 11/4/12
Well, nothing to do but wait. I think you'll be surprised.
Same thing wrong school. "Genius"
Exposing the University to legal liabilities happens with ever hire, especially those with a questionable past, I do understand that.
I don't want Petrino at UK but, I was simply trying to say the stuff Petrino did happens every day in the our lives and we continue to associate with our friends and acquaintenaces. Basically the "Holier than Thow" crap should be nixed. That's all my point was.
A married man having another girl on the side happens everyday.
The situation described regarding Petrino's mishandling of the situation doesn't.
We have legal liability every day we wake up and leave our house. And sometimes when we don't leave the house.
This situation is different. There is very specific legal liability attached to Petrino that is not attached to any other coaching prospect in the nation. An administrator who signs off on the hire of Petrino after the improper hiring of and relationship with a subordinate employee has opened his institution to liability for sexual harassment, negligent hiring and retention, and a host of other legal issues.
Holier than thou has nothing to do with it, for me, but may for others. I'll never stop being a fan of UK football or attending games, but the hire of Bobby Petrino is a monumental disaster waiting to happen from a legal standpoint.
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