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Discussion in 'Main Sports Forum' started by Jay26, Aug 5, 2016.
Law/Alex- what is going on here? Why would UF do this?
Terrible thread title man.
I just got the alert also. With Callaway reinstated why would they pull him back off the team. I would bet this is more on Treon. It wouldn't be the first time!
Seems fitting to me. If a mod wants to change it so be it
Who was the moron that appointed a UF booster/former UF athlete/Former trustee at Levin to run the hearing? Sorry but I am freaking disappointed in this. We're not FSU or Bama. This stinks.
"Florida officials appointed attorney Jake Schickel to serve as a hearing officer. Schickel, a founding partner of a Jacksonville, Florida, law firm, has a bachelor's degree in political science and law degree from Florida. He is also a past trustee of Florida's Levin College of Law." How can anyone think this girl is going to get a fair hearing? "A former track and field athlete at Florida, Schickel is a Scholarship Club donor to Florida Football Boosters, which requires annual contributions of $4,800 to $8,599, according to a 2014-15 Year In Review program published by the UF athletics department. According to the documents, Schickel is also a 3-Point Club donor to Florida basketball, which requires annual contributions of $2,000 to $4,999." Holy crap.
ESPN is reporting this is Callaway's hearing. Yikes!!! This looks terrible.
I'm pissed off. We look like FSU right now.
Maybe this is an overreaction, we should probably wait to hear from Foley and co before exploding with outrage (like i did earlier lol)
Read the article.
Isn't it funny that this comes out the day of the hearing. Both parties knew who the "judge" was going to be well before today.
I did...the person's post doesn't make since.. I think some words are missing in the first part
Probably got a train ran on her then decided she didnt like the slut label and did this... If you had a case you would have gone to the police from day one
Looks bad, and I hate that we are just now getting the full story of the nature of the infraction. It leaves too much up to public perception
I'm not seeing what you are seeing.
Saw this on another board and thought it was interesting. His last paragraph is exactly how I feel
We all know where this is going ( civil court ) and UF made a major misstep. Does it take 7 months to screw up this badly?
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