Some of the complaints I read about just indicated that college athletes, like college students in general, are often not mature enough to be taking care of themselves, apart from their parents and home environments, at that age. You see constant bad decisions by college students and with some of these athletes, there was just no ability to handle adversity, to get enough sleep, to eat well, to not party, and to be ready for practice. The idea that because some homeless guy grabbed an athlete in a public restroom, and therefore, the team shouldn't practice at that public park again is absurd. Stuff happens and you have to be prepared to get over it. That wasn't Coach Li's fault.
The handling of the attempted sexual assault by a foreign athlete was very poor, but again that had nothing to with Coach Li. This is a guy who coached Bernard Lagat for two decades to spectacular performances, health, and consistency, so I just have a hard time believing that he is not a terrific coach. It sounded like a number of the other coaches were the ones most criticized, especially Peterson.