Originally Posted by yazoo
The outcry about it may overshadow him. The Vandy Administration may take action on it if the national public outcry increases. Keep in mind, that it looks like the Vandy QB and some other dudes picked up an unconscious woman and brought her back to the room of a guy that at least one of the three knew had sent video of a rape. The situation could spin out beyond Franklin's control.
Certainly, the VAndy QB actions that night make the MORON controversy the media is currently blowing up, seem relatively trivial.
I have noticed that some people are already starting to ask questions on twitter. A lot of "why is the Vandy QB allowed to play" kind of stuff? On twitter, it doesn't take long for the pressure to start building up. If just one reporter or columnists asks the question, then it will take off.
Here are some examples in just the past hour or so. If these start getting re-tweeted, it will be an issue for Vanderbilt. These are just two, but they are starting to grow. I posted these two because they both come from local writers/reporters in Tenn.
Russell Smith @RussellWKVL 2h
Wow...Boyd got off pretty light I'd say...Also Why is Carta Samuels still playing. He helped move the victim!
Mike Byrd @micchiato 2h
Still playing?! "#Vandy QB Austyn Carta Samuels & TE Dillon van der Wal helped move the alleged rape victim"