[LINK] John Henderson, Denver Post, 3/31
The survey, conducted by three college administrators, involved more than 5,000 student-athletes who took recruiting trips from 1999-2005.
According to the survey, eight recruits admitted that they committed rape, at least 25 said they had nonconsensual sex and 27 percent consumed alcohol on their trips.
Only 33 "she didn't say OK" cases out of 5K? That's only 2/3 of a percent.
What exactly is the deference between rape and "nonconsentual sex" anyway? Whether the girl is aware? What difference does that make?
Thankfully, we're not hearing of such problems with the recruiting of any school in the University of Georgia system, to my knowledge.