online pharmacy cytotec no prescription Butch Davis, as defiant and delusional as ever, said he would not resign Thursday. That leaves the University of North Carolina only one option.
Fire him. Now.
On one of the worst days in the history of the school, the Tar Heelsâ€™ head football coach refused to admit anything was wrong. A day that began with headlines blaring about agents and money and a trail leading directly to the Carolina football offices ended with Davis claiming the administration had given him â€œtotal support.â€
If heâ€™s on the sideline Saturday when the Tar Heels play East Carolina, athletics director Dick Baddour should be fired, too. After throwing everyone under the bus from former assistant John Blake to the UNC human resources department, Davis said nothing that has happened already is bad enough for him to resign.
The unfolding scandal has embarrassed the university, the alumni and the state of North Carolina. For that alone, he should resign. He hired Blake, considered one of the shadiest characters in the game. He hired the tutor the university later broke ties with, he said, for his own son. And she continued to work for him long after the school realized she had become â€œtoo closeâ€ to the players she was supposed to be tutoring and mentoring.
â€œRight now, itâ€™s all allegations,â€ Davis said Thursday. â€œThere has absolutely been no proof of any of those allegations until the NCAA rules on them.â€
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