- His alma mater, Florida State, refused to hire him to coach.
- Jackson State felt betrayed when he left and went to Colorado.
- He brought 86/106 players to a D1 school from HBCUs.
- Two of his sons play on the team.
- He brought his own coaching staff.
- Colorado's coaching staff quit rather than work with him.
Despite all these controversies, the victory against TCU indicates that Sanders' unconventional methods can lead to results on the field. But is favoritism, nepotism, untrustworthiness, disloyalty, and poor ethics justifiable just to get a win? Why or Why not?
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Due Fri., September 8, 2023 11:59 p.m. CST