When Adults Run a School

Writing in the Daily Caller about the Brandon Davies' suspension/BYU Honor Code, Peter Sprigg, of the Family Research Council, says, "It’s also important to note Davies’ own reaction to being disciplined. Has he gone from TV show to TV show, giving [Charlie] Sheen-like rants about how he did nothing wrong? Has he hired a high-priced attorney to sue the school and demand his roster spot back?

No, Davies did none of these things. In fact, it appears he was the one who turned himself in, approaching the athletic director and basketball coach to seek 'direction and counsel.' (They, in turn, might have been tempted to cover up the situation until after the NCAA tournament — but instead, they immediately notified the honor code office)."

Good point.

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