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Discussion in 'Women's Basketball' started by Royalclone, Mar 31, 2014.
Mulkey fits the Baylor coaching mold perfectly.
Seems like that kind of attitude about sexual assault is a part of the problem Baylor has right now. I hope she gets hammered in the press for it:
“If somebody’s around you and they ever say, ‘I will never send my daughter to Baylor,’ you knock them right in the face.” [Pause for applause.] “Because these kids are on this campus. I work here. My daughter went to school here. And it’s the best damn school in America.”
Baylor gonna Baylor
She then went on to say this stuff happens on every college.
Best damn school for what? It sure as hell isn't academics, sports, morality, or protecting students. If it's in the running for anything it's for being the best damn school in America in letting its students get raped and doing jack **** about it
Holy crap that school needs to have their coaches tested for mental defects.
She is fast becoming the most disliked female coach in America.
And now she's covering her butt with "clarification." Kind of like Geno covering her butt not too long ago
“The problems we have at Baylor are no different than the problems at any other school in America.”
Gosh. I guess I missed the 52 sexual assaults committed by the Iowa State football team. Baylor should be commended for how they are handling this nationwide assault epidemic.
What a ****** up culture. The allegations are bad enough, but the school's totally dismissive attitude towards the whole mess is pathetic.
Nothing surprises me coming from Mulkey. So little class...
Her explanation and regrets was actually pretty well spoken.
Well spoken, but pretty much exactly the opposite of what she said in the moment. She wants every one to move on and find another story to write about, but now she's saying she wants to get to the bottom of it.
I know she's ticked that this scandal is being used against her in recruiting but with the scope and alarming numbers of assaults reported, it should be.
She said that these are the same problems that every school is dealing with, and she's flat out wrong. Yes sexual assault is a problem on campuses all over the country, but on that level, and with that many being linked to the athletic department, it's way more than should be considered normal. Add to that the allegations that the AD or football coaches tried to coerce or cover up these crimes and you have something that the NCAA SHOULD, but sadly probably won't, take action on.
So she can speak out of both sides of her mouth.
If anything, this helps show the bubble that Baylor as an institution is still living in. There are enough people in the bubble that gave her reason to speak as she did. Just shows me their culture has not changed much.
If she could actually be honest, she just wants it all to go away so she can focus on her basketball team. She brought it up because it has been used against her in recruiting and that threatens her job.
Even if she was upset about the way Baylor has handled things, she's smart enough to know she can't speak out about them without facing the wrath of her AD.
Kimmy showing some aging as well.
Don't know about anybody else but I'm going to sleep better tonight knowing kimmy is encouraged by what she sees every day there and most importantly that she will be alright.
She just needs to shut the hell up and worry about coaching basketball.