I don't remember reading that Banks admitted to posessing marijuana, I read he admitted to owning a jar that was in his room, most likely before it was tested for residue. Maybe he was unaware his roomate used it to sort his seeds out or something like that, so to state that he admitted to posession would be jumping to conclusions at this point as well. Not saying it was handled perfectly, and not saying a reasonable person wouldn't draw a conclusion from point A to point B. Problem is we don't know the facts. This isn't Rhoads first encounter with someone in trouble, he did suspend a player who got an OWI earlier this season. There is a legal situation and it is quite possible he was told not to discuss it, could he have said we'll handle internally and can't discuss until the system had it's chance, sure. Not sure why this gets all the attention, but Clayborn has a more serious charge hanging over him, and hasn't missed a game pending the legal outcome, which conveniently was delayed until after the season.