Torrey Green, who graduated with a top-ranked 7.0 sexual assault average, and on whom the school looks back with pride. No better time for the school to celebrate Green than now, when he’s on trial for “12 felonies — including kidnapping and rape — in seven cases, after seven women came forward saying he sexually assaulted them while he was a student in Logan between 2013 and 2015.”

Of course, they came forward years ago, but USU didn’t do anything. USU puts its resources into maintaining Torrey Green’s hero-page.

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USU’s finest is facing so many charges that his lawyer, in an act of editing-for-concision that Scathing Online Schoolmarm finds commendable, asks that all the cases “be merged to avoid ‘redundancy.'”

It’s so tiresomely repetitive, the details of one (yawn) rape case after another… You’ve heard one rape case you’ve heard ’em all…

This way we’ll save time and keep the jury awake…

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And after all, I mean… entre nous… it’s Utah, where a man can lose track of his sister wives… I’m sure it’ll be easy to convince a local judge that Green’s large blur of womenfolk can be herded into one trial.

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3 Responses to “Yes! Utah State University Maintains the Campus-Hero’s Page of Football Player…”

  1. theprofessor Says:

    He appears to have been a 1-man crime wave. You have to wonder what USU’s current president knew–she’s only been president since 2016, but was there for donkey’s years before that. Perhaps it’s one of those places where some administrators are tasked specifically with making sure that their bosses DON’T know what’s going on, and her deanlets and sub-provosts shielded her.

    I would be careful about jabbing at the sister-wife thing, UD. Once polygamy is legalized, the rainbow brigade may well start inspecting past posts for heresies or pre-heresies or something like that.

  2. Margaret Soltan Says:

    Not holding my breath on polygamy, tp.

  3. adam Says:

    I noticed the term deanlet up there from tp. My preference is for deanling. But, each to his own…

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