UT just announced this today. Hadsell apparently violated a university policy.
Why would you say that? Do you even think? What if he did something amounting to a firing offense that someone on or associated with the team knew about and threatened to reveal unless he quit? Don't you think that people are inclined to control their own destinies to the fullest extent possible, which in this case means quitting before they can shitcan you? Ever heard of Christian Hesch? Or Lance Armstrong?
No one resigns in the middle of an indoor season for simply violating university policies.
Not to you, I'm sure.
What are you trying to say? Your point isn't exactly getting across.
Well, I agree. Obviously, a violation of university policy could be anything from parking too many times in the provost's reserved space to forcing his athletes to sell weed to underage prostitutes with Down syndrome. I imagine is offense stands somewhere between these extremes, but would have gotten him axed had he not preemptively resigned.
This is what I was alluding to, Uncivil Engineer. I understand what you are saying, but it is a fact, he left for violating a policy and kudos to him for owning up to it but uh, it must have been damaging if it was in the middle of the season.
Which is why your initial skepticism looks silly. You've done a 180 without seeming to be aware of it.
Duh. Anyone who knows anything about saving their reputation in a bad situation will make the best of it; hence Hadsell resigning before "getting the axe"