As more information is revealed about the sexual harassment charges against Kevin Hadsell, the director of the University of Toledo's men's and women's cross country and women's track programs, one wonders how UT's athletic director can keep his job.
Is the AD, Mike O'Brien, the teflon man or is he just benefitting from the lackluster attitude of the current UT Board of Directors? How can a person who was in charge of the UT athletic program when members of the football and basketball teams were indicted on sports bribery and gambling charges, when an athletic department employee blew the whistle on questionable department travel payment practices and now the disturbing actions of Hadsell (a link with more information is at the end of this article) keep his job?
It seems that any one of these situations would justify firing the man at the top of UT's athletics program. Yet O'Brien keeps his job. Do you suppose he has some compromising photos of Lloyd Jacobs?
Here is the link to information about the track program scandal.