Pity the poor whistleblower, the teller of truth.
We at least theoretically maintain the desire to live in a world of honesty, fairness and justice for all. That is until we, or the institutions we cherish or represent, are threatened in some manner.
Mark Isenberg writes about the life of Neil Reed.
The fraternity of college coaches and the collective behavior exhibited mirrors society -- good, bad and some in-between. We have no reason to expect it to be any different. It is also driven by loyalty. Sometimes that is positive. Sometimes not so much.