News reports indicate that Aaron Hernandez, indicted for multiple murders in Boston, was also involved in an altercation in spring 2007 involving a fight at a bar--where interestingly Tim Tebow did his best to de-escalate the situation. (and why was he in a bar at 1am?)
Now given that this was in April, when he was not yet a student, this more or less means he wasn't able to visit campus without committing at least two crimes--underage consumption of alcohol and assault, the latter being a felony. If we want a picture of what's wrong with college football, it's a system where coaches look past clear crimes because they think a player can make All-American. Urban Meyer was right on that score, but protecting Hernandez from the law in 2007 may just have cost several people their lives.
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