Should Michigan State sports get the death penalty? | The Tylt
Larry Nassar is just the tip of the iceberg for Michigan State. ESPN's "Outside the Lines" reports the university has a history of denial, inaction and information suppression—in regards to sexual assault—dating as far back as 1997. This could be considered lack of institutional control and some believe the university should lose its sports program as punishment. However, with Baylor and Penn State walking away from scandals with just sanctions, it is unlikely MSU will face anything harsher. What do you think?
Should Michigan State sports get the death penalty?