Coach Edwards and Stewart lead to dismissal of Pelini
Chun did not have to accept Edwards allegations at face value. However when an assistant coach makes specific allegations of drugs use against his boss it creates reasonable enough suspicion to ask Pelini and Rekstis to take a drug test.
Insider info saidI find it interesting…Posted On: Nov 5th 2013, 9:57 AM
Maybe your allegations are correct…but when Pelini and Retskis was presented with the evidence against them they immediately resigned. I really don't care what the motivation was to report Pelini and Retskis, I am just glad it was done, it obviously was not a false accusation otherwise they would have defended themselves instead of immediately resigned.
voss749 saidPersonally I think the whole thread should be deleted its potentially libelous and irrelevant.Posted On: Nov 5th 2013, 11:27 AM
I second the motion…too much damage can be done with an anonymous accusation. I also wish they "guest" commenting feature would be turned off. I think it is better when you have to register to comment…a little less garbage gets posted (not all, but a little!).
But as far as the purpose of the initial post:
This issue was not alleged drug use, it was admitted drug use. The reason Pelini is not here is because he chose to participate in illegal drug activity - period.
Obvious quam poster is harboring should be pointed elsewhere. There is no crime to being in someone's hotel room.