Again, please list all the things we know the coaches did about this so that they look like they're out in front of the story. I've got a couple more hours. You guys don't get it. It's a life crisis for Mo, and it's a PR crisis for the team. Nobody is calling for heads, eff off with that melodrama. They botched the PR on this. That's the point. The NUMBER ONE RULE of PR crises it Get. Out. In. Front. Of. The. Story. Did they get out in front of it? No they did not. What's the consequence of that for the Ath Dept and the staff (read: Scott)? Anything they do now or claim to have done is going to look like a C.Y.A. because they got outed about knowing of this since last March. Instead of them having control of the story and saying they took measures because they have integrity and they take all this seriously. The look that it creates is that they lawyered him up with nothing less than the State AG and then stiff-armed the investigation until after football season. That's a very bad look whether that's what they intended to do or not. Ever hear the phrase "perception is reality" boys? It isn't, of course, but that's what they're up against. Will he get convicted of felony child porn? Probably not. Is it still an incredibly weird, stupid, malicious and shitty thing to have done? It sure is. The question is how big a story it ends up being and whether the public demands their pound of flesh. Fact is people will forget all about it and stop caring by September. Memories are shot and the news cycle is long. Personally I don't mind doing without guys who make me go, "Ugh I don't wanna have to think about what you did but please score a touchdown..."